As the sun begins to set on the hills beyond Blue Mountain, an eastbound manifest roars across the high desert of northern Nevada.
A Z train heads east through the Nevada desert on the former Western Pacific.
An eastbound Union Pacific officer special descends the east side of Antelope Hill in spring 1989.
WP 3523 west has stopped for a crew change, while WP 2261 waits to head east.
Westbound Western Pacific freight with in the lead GP35 #3014 and GP40 #3525, GE U23B #2264, GP35 #3006. Photo part of my slide collection, photographer unknown.
Union Pacific #844 makes a steamy departure from Winnemucca, NV on a cold October morning. On this day, the train was bound for Elko, NV a short but scenic run on the former WP mainline across nor... (more)
A eastbound manifest is seen in the desert west of Winnemucca.
Leaving Winnemucca after taking fuel and now heading West on the old SP.
A morning eastbound intermodal roars under I-80 just west of Winnemucca, NV. The lead unit has an EOT on the pilot, which someone apparently forgot to remove back in Sparks or Oakland.
After a crew change, the conductor on Amtrak 6, the California Zephyr, flashes a smile as his train departs for Salt Lake City (next crew change), and beyond to Denver, and eventually Chicago.
UP 844 is heading back home to Cheyenne and in a hurry as she heads into Winnemucca, NV on the old WP line west of town.
A westbound stack train out in the middle of no where.
I followed this train to the Keddie Wye in California
Going away eastbound 25 unit power transfer