Date is approximate
As part of the photo runby at Lynch, Wyoming, UP 3985 posed for portraits.
The 1985 UP Denver – Laramie excursion, powered by UP 4-6-6-4 3985, makes its first photo runby of the day at EmKay, Wyoming. The 3985 is still coal-fired at this time, but the wind is making the ... (more)
BNSF9129 hauling an empty train is about to arrive at Eagle Butte Mine for it's next load, passing under the conveyor from Dry Fork Mine to the Dry Fork generating station. In the background a lo... (more)
From the window of an 8444 Excursion Special in probably 1968, an eastbound UP passenger train, either the City of Portland or, due to its length, maybe the City of Everywhere combin... (more)
Although the Orin Sub is 3 and 4 tracks wide, not all 3 tracks are side by side, as seen here about 12 miles south of Donkey Creek near MP12. Photographed on the property with a railroad escort an... (more)
A day late for Christmas but on December 26,1965 Extra 72 West is still a surprise gift to the photographer, a rare 15,000-hp DD35A/GP30/GP30B/DD35 combination, as it pops out from under the C&S o... (more)
This is why, six years after the end of steam, fans still head for Union Pacific’s Sherman Hill. On September 25, 1965, GTEL 11 leads a GP30-DD35-DD35B-DD35B combination – some 25,750 hp. in all –... (more)
Coming down the original Sherman Hill main, Gas Turbine Electric (GTEL) 21 rolls the last miles toward Cheyenne. On the day after Christmas, 1965, UP’s motive power department has already made up ... (more)
Steam makes a pretty good smoke screen in the winter time making for poor visibility. 4020 is almost completely engulfed in steam as smoke exhaust rises very high.
A Big Boy pulls through a cut at Perkins, part of the new line. The new line was completed and opened on May 12, 1952.
A Big Boy pulling a string of reefers rolls through Harriman on the new line.
A Challenger making a run over Archer Hill. Looks like an extra passenger in the cab.
Challenger 3985 works a freight before she became famous.
A Challenger runs up Sherman Hill through fields of grass.