Union Pacific Shuttlewagon Mobile Railcar Mover No. CM-9601 switches some empty flatcars at the Laramie, Wyoming, welded rail plant on March 25, 2008. This particular model is a SWX430 with a 40,0... (more)
A late afternoon freight heads east through the Laramie yard on the mainline.
World’s largest diesel locomotive: In very much spring-like weather for Wyoming, with threatening clouds and a dusting of snow, an eastbound Union Pacific freight approaches Laramie in April 1984.... (more)
Helping a neighbor, Union Pacific Rotary snow plow 900080 is on UPs former Coalmont Branch, now the Wyoming Colorado RR, clearing snow at Albany, Wyo.
Going out to war to help a neighbor, Union Pacific Rotary snow plow 900080 is on UPs former Coalmont Branch from Laramie to Colorado, now operated by the Wyoming Colorado RR. Their leased Mountai... (more)
Cough, cough, wheeze.... what is this (part 2)?? UP 2952 East with two SD40-2s, MILW 165 and N&W 6073, struggles to get through a summit tunnel.
Cough, cough, wheeze.... what is this?? Something on fire in a tunnel? UP 2952 East with two SD40-2s struggles to get through a summit tunnel.
Although the depot hasn't seen a scheduled Amtrak train since 1997, when Amtrak's Pioneer was discontinued, the doors still identify the building as the Amtrak Rail Passenger Station.
With only a few minutes of sunlight left, UP 8559 leads it Tacoma, WA to Chicago, IL stack train fulled with K-Line Container rolls through Laramie Yard on its journey east.
The lone DP, UP 7642, helps shove this Tacoma, WA to Chicago, IL K-Line stack train through Laramie as the sweaty summer day temperatures drop to a comfortable camp fire weather 80 degrees.
UP 6683 zips through town on a bitterly cold January afternoon.
Eastbound stacks roll through downtown Laramie.
An eastbound freight highballs through Dale Junction behind 3605, 3374, 3300 and 3698 in September 1985.
A UP high speed freight with three of the BN, Siemens SD60MAC's trailing, race east towards Laramie.