Eastbound Union Pacific emerging from the Norden snowsheds.
A line of 8 heavies make their way to the North Yard in Denver.
A minty fresh looking UP 5201 (SD70M) moves into the North Yard and will connect with a freight.
Only a couple weeks after the Moffat Tunnel Sub had reopened due to washouts, two coal trains meet at Tolland siding, just a few miles from the famous Moffat Tunnel and the continental divide.
UP SD60 2217 leads a one car local south through Dolton.
The Torrance Local heads out of town with a relatively long train for the trip back to downtown Los Angeles.
UP's Uvalde Local rolls west on the Sunset Route behind a pair of GPs and five tank cars. I always enjoy catching this move on Sunday afternoons as it is an escape from a sea of wide cabs.
One of UP's DD35 at Los Angeles. To develop a more powerful locomotive, EMD put two GP35's on a single frame to create a locomotive that develops 5000 horsepower.
Two U50's spliced by a GP9B lead an early pig train.
An Union Pacific auto reposition move heading southbound, rolls through Emma Wood State Park.
A Union Pacific freight train headed for Mojave, Calif., meets a Bakersfield-bound BNSF freight at the famed Tehachapi loops. Combined, there's more than two miles of various bulk commodities, con... (more)
Union Pacific freight at Tunnel 2, the hills are green but all the surfaces facing the sun turn brown pretty fast!
The remote engineer for UP 801 (GP38-2) brings a cut of freight out of the North Yard for sorting.
UP 700 (ex Missouri Pacific GP38-2) and UP 2554 (ES44AC-H) sit on the west tracks of the UP's North Yard in Denver.
A UP GP38-2 leads three CP SD40-2 on a massive steel trestle that crosses the Snake River. The bridge is 3920 feet long.