The UP uses a variety of light power in the 36th Street Yard, including GP15 and MP15DC units.
Two former Frisco sisters spot cars at the North American Salt facility in Duluth. No doubt this company was busy this year with the harsh winter weather we experienced.
The STE crossing town via a bit of street running to reach the UP interchange. Apparently, the previous owner of the railroad had a penchant for card games and numbered his locomotives accordingl... (more)
A remote control engineer performs a systems check before sending the pair into the 36th Street Yard.
An Alaska RR yard job was pulling twenty empty jet fuel tanks off the airport spur in Anchorage
During California's much needed wither storm, ST&E's MP15DC makes an appearance on the transfer job just one hour after the water level was an inch above the rail.
Foster Townsend crew breaking in recently purchased power before it goes out on lease to the Lange Stegman Company in North St. Louis.It is painted and lettered for LSCO.They are pulling empty mal... (more)
UPY 1323 and UP 1640 sit in front of the sand towers in the North Yard. They will later move out to the yard and sort freight cars.
NS #2379 waits for its next assignment at a tie loading facility
A pair of former Frisco switchers shove gondolas loaded with scrap towards Rices Point as a CN ore train arrives overhead.
Simple but relatively clean.
A pair of BNSF switchers shove grain loads towards an elevator while three CP ECOs rest between assignments. The laker Philip R. Clarke is shown in the distance approaching a fuel dock at the Port... (more)
After delivering slabs to the M.I.T. 3 MP15's return's back the Homestead lead as they head back to grab the caboose and then head to ET for slabs to take up to the rolling mill.
Daylight 76 crew, doing Mill work before hauling slabs to Irvin shoves a cut of outbound slabs into the Valley yard. This would later go to NS's Kenny Yard.