a pair of exWP geeps working for new owner Union Pacific power UP's morning "Tuna Fish" local on the San Pedro Branch approaching the Henry Ford Bridge at Badger Pass
Neat! 4 big EMD lead a stack train through Rochelle.
Pulling out of the Ogden, Utah station on June 14, 1994, a Union Pacific office car train is led by E8A-B-A set.
In these days of all the boring mainline power,I seek out the TRRA whenever possible.The Terminal still use EMD swtichers for most jobs, except the hump and trimmer jobs at Madison Yard.In this vi... (more)
The TRRA #201 is on the way to interchange with another St. Louis shortline The Manufacturers Railway.They are taking 15 cars to the MRS in south St. Louis.Here they are using a short section of U... (more)
The former Rio Grande route over Soldier Summit is a fantastic place to spend an afternoon.
This classic trio of UP road power is heading into the yard.
This former SW9, now affectionately called a "Hammerhead" by railfans and UP crews alike.
A southbound empty grain train coils around the Tehachapi Loop on its ascent from Bakersfield to the high desert. This is simply another perspective of the same train in a May 9 post.
This train was on the exit for Shops Yard in Los Angeles. The crewman in the photo came out of the lead locomotive and lined the switch for the track in the foreground.
This is the tank train that currently runs on UP's coast line. The train is parked at Main street just north of Shops Yard and the San Antonio Winery by the LA River.
California bound rock/ballast train arrives at the Vegas depot with its snow covered loads in tow.
Having just met the UP 5202 North, the 4158 South starts it's way down the steep grade from Mott to Dunsmuir, via Cantara Loop.
Road power turning on the wye near 7th St & Lincoln.