A quartet of classic Southern Pacific SD45s pull a Utah Railway coal empty east out of Provo Yard the evening of May 19, 1986.
A new arrival from Helm Financial is prepped to serve on the Utah Railway on June 13, 1985. Southern Pacific 9149 was built by EMD for the SP in March 1970. It served on the Utah Railway hauling c... (more)
Southern Pacific 2-6-0 No. 1744 pulls the Heber Creeper approaching Wallsburg siding at Deer Creek Dam on August 27, 1989. The 1744 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works for the SP in Nov. 190... (more)
Heber Creeper crew members (left to right) George Connell, Engineer, Eric Dowty, Conductor and Mike Bigler, Fireman pose for the camera at Heber City yard on Aug. 27, 1989. Southern Pacific 2-6-0 ... (more)
Rear of EMD SD45 #8962 with rare, Southern Pacific name in red letters.
SP stack train departing Tucson at last light
This is the international border between Mexico and the United States on the old San Diego & Arizona Eastern (as snapped from a passing train traveling between Campo CA and Garcia, BC, Mexico.
Amtrak train number one, the "Sunset Limited" was passing through Sierra Blanca, TX.
SP's unit oil train from Bakersfield to Carson was climbing the Tehachapi grade at Tunnel two near Caliente
A crude oil sits in the siding at Shabbona, IL waiting on two westbounds to pass through on the BNSF Aurora Sub.
On its cross-country return trip from Train Festival 2009 the Daylight races west along the shore of Cocolalla Lake in North Idaho on an autumn afternoon.
A uncommon leader consist must have put together by a railfan. SP 335 lead's a hopper through Shabbona, IL westbound on it's way to Jamestown, ND
SP locals and switch jobs are lined up waiting to enter Taylor yard along the LA River at Dayton Ave tower which guarded the east end of Taylor Yard near downtown Los Angeles.
Southern Pacific #6819, an EMD SD45T-2R "Tunnel Motor", sits parked next to Sacramento Northern SW1 #402 inside the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento.
A quartet of brand new Southern Pacific GE's has been added to the point of this Eastbound double stack train as it nears the top of Beaumont Hill.