A UP remote control engineer brings his engine into the North Yard.
Spotting empty gons.
The crew has just extracted 3 empties from the Berry Plastics Corporation, and are now shoving the remaining cars plus one additional car back.
The down side of shuffling freight cars via remote control engines is that the operator typically has to stand outside, and in the winter time in Colorado that means subfreezing temperatures.
The LSE59 is working Its biggest customer, the US Silica plant in Pacific.A pair of old MoPac geeps provide the power for this job on old MoPac Rails.
The local to Pacific heads out of Lesperance Street yard and passes under the south approach to the TRRA MacArthur Bridge.
BNSF 1484 sitting in LTEXs shop
These tracks are long gone, and so is this scene. White Swan Coffee building become Dick's Last Resort pub, and nearby The House of Blues. A good place to hear live music in Big D.
UPY 661 works the 36th Street Yard with other Geeps while the heavies wait for their assignments.
An ex-MoPac GP15-1 built in December of 1976 shares yard duty with a former Rio Grande motor as they both take a break today at the UP’s 36th street yard.
The SA31 crew is working the Industrial Park along the Hightstown Branch. Can you spot the conductor? This rail line was once a part of the oldest railroad in America: the Camden and Amboy Railr... (more)