UPY 586, originally built in 1976 as Missouri Pacific 1586, works the 36th Street Yard in Denver as a remote control engine.
In fresh Genesee and Wyoming colors, CFNR 1570 and 1568 look great as they await there next assignment at Tracy.
Freshly painted California Northern 1570 sits next to UPY 593 in early morning light at Tracy.
UPY 613 has just pushed back a tank car into the North Yard.
On a lucky Friday the 13th, I got my 'prize' catch in Des Plaines Ilinois during training for a major trucking firm. The former CN&W Main ran right by our western terminal and I got the morning ... (more)
The 36th Street Yard hosts a variety of UP power
A family portrait.
UPY 681 - 33 years old and making smoke while making money
A pair of EMD GP15-1s work Union Pacific's YSC25R RCL switch job at North Yard in Salt Lake City. The UPY 637 was built the Missouri Pacific 1637 by EMD in Oct. 1979.
UPY 681 struggles to pull a stick of cars out of the 36th Street Yard as a coal train enters the yard in the background
Freshly painted and risen from the ashes is the NEW Piedmont and Northern Running on the original North Carolina Division of the P&N from Gastonia to Mount Holly NC.
Union Pacific's Ozol-Dixon Local (LRJ88-04) rolls through Martinez after just departing Ozol with a nice set of Geeps leading.
UPY and a distant cousin work the North Yard via remote control.
UPY 661 (GP15-1) shares the North Yard with other colorful GEEPS.