A quartet of EMD SD40-2s power an eastbound Union Pacific freight at Hermosa on UP’s route over Sherman Hill in Wyoming in July 1984. The train is entering a cut that leads to the twin bores of He... (more)
At 9:26 a.m. on September 25, 2003, an eastbound Union Pacific stack train burst out of an eastern portal of one of the twin bores of Hermosa Tunnels east of Hermosa, Wyoming, on UP’s crossing of ... (more)
A westbound Union Pacific grain train emerges from the twin bores of Hermosa Tunnels crossing desolate Sherman Hill at Hermosa, Wyoming, on September 24, 2003. General Electric 6,000 hp AC6000CW N... (more)
6000 HP MACs ! A pair of 6000 horsepower SD90MAC-H II units are on the head end of a heavy eastbound unit train as it climbs Sherman Hill. The train is about to enter Hermosa Tunnel
Winter on Sherman Hill. ON a clear, but frigid day, a solid APL stack train is climbing Sherman Hill eastbound behind C36-7 #9004. The train has just exited Hermosa Tunnel.
An eastbound Union Pacific freight approaches the Hermosa Tunnels leaving Hermosa, Wyoming, in July 1984. EMD’s SD40-2 ruled the UP main line back then, and the power on this train is no exception... (more)
An eastbound Union Pacific stack train is silhouetted against a setting sun at Hermosa, Wyoming, on May 10, 2007.
Union Pacific EMD SD7 457, GP9-B 195 and SD40 3060 at Hermosa, Wyoming; April 1967.
Climbing Wyoming’s Sherman Hill on Track 1 at Hermosa is an eastbound Union Pacific Z train led by EMD SD70M No. 3865 on September 12, 2007.
Union Pacific GE ES44AC No. 5340 leads an eastbound stack train through the curves at Hermosa, Wyoming, while climbing the grades of Sherman Hill on May 28, 2009.