An eastbound loaded grain train, with an NS unit third out, slow makes its way through the green hills of Borie, Wyoming as it approaches the crew changing point in Cheyenne.
I think it's easy to say which state I'm in...
Northbound stacks from Denver, Colorado to Tacoma, Washington pass by the Wyoming Welcome Center near Cheyenne, Wyoming at Speer on January 30, 20... (more)
The weather is always changing rapidly in Wyoming and Saturday, January 30, 2016 was no exception; snow is in the forecast. Three standard armor yellow GE's with AC4400CW No. 6542 leading, takes a... (more)
The BN exec MACs were beginning to take over the duties of these five unit EMD/GE consists in The Thunder Basin National Grasslands. Glad to catch this one while passing through.
Union Pacific GE C44-9W No. 9692 sits all alone in the diesel servicing tracks at Green River, Wyoming, on the night of January 19, 2013.
As I was traveling through Wyoming on my move to Tennessee, it was a nice surprised to come across this UP local powered by two SD40-2's! Here there are switching out an industry in downtown Evans... (more)
The Rio Grande Heritage engine traverses the East leg of the wye at Speer Jct. and heads South down the Greeley Sub.
The old steam engine era Water tank stands besides Mains #3 and #4 in the back... (more)
WAMX 4155, an ex-UP-originally D&RGW SD40T-2 and WAMX 3516, a GP35 lettered for the Palouse River & Coulee City rest at the Swan Ranch facility just outside of Cheyenne.
Running eastbound out of an approaching storm a BNSF intermodal train rolls toward Clearmont, Wyoming, on the Big Horn Subdivision on June 14, 2014.
UP 8309 - CSX 7677 - CSX 42 lead an eastbound stack across the Continental Divide at Creston, Wyoming. This is not the highest place on the UP - that's between Laramie and Cheyenne but its not the... (more)
The (probably) City of Portland races off the Harriman Cutoff in the late 60s, with my father, Clarence (who is not one of the three generations of Hinkhouses to post on this site), ... (more)
Passing dilapitated snow fences on the top of Sherman Hill, an eastbound Union Pacific coal train approaches Sherman, Wyoming, on September 24, 2003.
Eastbound UP unit soda ash train starting down grade toward Cheyenne on Sherman Hill at Dale Junction
Around this time, UP used pooled and borrowed power all the time. One day at Sherman Hill and you could see power from 10-15 roads.