As an eastbound freight enters the yard, an SD7 pulls another out of the yard to start breaking it up.
SP SD45X No. 9501 has its red warning light on since its the trailing unit in a light power move.
As SP 8804 waits to enter the yard, a westbound departs.
SP 9363 West departs Roseville Yard under a plume of black diesel exhaust--likely caused by an ailing turbo.
Two big six-axle gensets pull a long string of cars out of the yard in preparation for pushing it over the hump.
A six-axle genset works the south end of the yard. Note the large rear "porch".
A remote-control SD38-2 idles at Antelope in the late-afternoon sun.
SD38-2 No. 803 charges forward as a six-axle genset pushes in the opposite direction.
WP's Reno Local headed toward Reno, NV near Antelope, CA
8251 leads an assortment of very clean and very dirty locomotives west out of Roseville Yard on a sunny and hot July afternoon. The second unit in the consist is GP40-2 1347 which appears to be a... (more)
Mechanical problems in Sparks last night has caused Amtrak and Key Holidays to put UP 5575 on the point of their Reno Fun Train as it meets a Fresno bound manifest at Antelope.
Just after sunset on a warm Spring evening, two GE's slug out of Roseville Yard leading the Roseville-Stockton-Roseville Turn.
Two SD38-2's work the hump job after sunset, as shown with a 1/13th second pan.
UP RailPower GenSet's 897 and 898 work the west end of Roseville yard in Antelope.