A big Wyoming spring storm is coming, faster than the train climbing the Logan Hill grade.
A pair of AC4400's struggle to pull a heavy loaded coal train over the many hills on the Orin Subdivision on a hot dry July evening.
A southbound (eastbound) loaded UP coal train shows some heritage with a patch Southern Pacific and Chicago North Western units as they shove this 120 car coal bucket out of the basin pass Logan H... (more)
Two for the price of one! The lone DPU of an inbound empty coal train races down Logan Hill as an outbound loaded coal has a challenge of climbing hill.
The Fast and the Slow On the left, UP 6866 and another UP unit are the DPUs of an empty coal train, bound for Black Thunder Mines, flies down Logan Hill at track Speed. On the right, a load... (more)
The DPU of an inbound empty coal moves at track speed as it heads down to the mines so it can reload and head back out on the move.
The sounds of EMD motors roar with life as two heavy buckets moves up Logan Hill, heading for Bill.
A SD70ACe pulls a Black Thunder Mountain load bucket as another eastbound bucket over takes the ACes. Both train slowly make there way as they run at notch 8.
A GE AC4400 pulls a loaded coal train by Logan Hill as the heat rises to 105F.
An empty UP coal train hustles up the "eastern" slope of Logan Hill.
As an eastbound BNSF coal load pounds its way toward the summit of Logan Hill, two UPs follow it, one close behind and the other on the mountainside in the distance.
BNSF 5867 grinds up Logan Hill with a loaded coal train.
BNSF and UP coal loads attack Logan Hill as another train descends the grade toward Converse Junction in the distance.