UP power approaching tunnel No. 5 on the way down to Bealville in Tehachapi Pass. At the background and bottom, movement of a BNSF train in Caliente going up to Bealville, to intersect with this U... (more)
The day ends in Cajon Pass, and Union Pacific coal train advance through the BNSF Cajon Subdivision towards San Bernardino - Los Angeles. Lead train original GE ES44AC locomotive reclassified by U... (more)
UP and CP power lead an auto rack train west along Norfolk Southern's Chicago Line as GEORGE M. STUPAR grabs his shot.
UP 5524 leads a quartet of GEs and an empty Canpotex train across the Pend Oreille River at Dover, ID west of Sand Point, ID. Dover is a junction with the Pend Oreille Valley Ry. which operates fr... (more)
Union Pacific AC45CCTE No. 7806 leading a stacktrain southbound out of the desert town of Mojave.
The UP El Centro Hauler has just departed the yard at El Centro Ca and is crawling along as it begins its journey to West Colton Ca. Top speed on the Calexico Sub is 40MPH until the train joins th... (more)
An E/B CSX manifest traverses the diamonds at Blue Island Junction as it makes its way slowly towards Barr Yard with UP 7821 (AC45CCTE), KCS 4039 (SD70ACe), and CSX 7914 (C44-8W).
This seemingly routine shot of a UP leader on a NS train passing a coal train in the siding in LaPorte, IN will quickly be forever changed. The ex-NYC signal bridge in the background is just about... (more)
The DPU on an eastbound Union Pacific stack train is pushing hard around the big curve at Dome Az on the UP Gila Sub.
Racing into the rising sun, an eastbound manifest crosses the Truckee River and leaves the full moon behind it.
A northbound intermodal train makes its way up the Palmdale Cutoff at Canyon on the UP Mojave Subdivision.
Two armor yellow units pulling and two pushing on the back end take this intermodal move west on the Sunset Route past the Imperial Sugar factory.
A pair of UP GE's lead L090 under the NYC signal bridge at MP 103 just outside of Lake City on a beautiful spring morning.
On a gorgeous spring afternoon along the Columbia River, two consecutively-numbered UP motors and a CEFX unit lead a Canadian grain train towards points west.