A high speed geared UP SD40-2 leads two normal geared SD40-2's on a freight over Sherman Hill. No photographers name listed on slide.
A UP SD40, GP30B and SD45 haul a pipe train while an early Amtrak train can be seen in the background. No info on slide as to who took the photo.
An ABA set of F units is hauling a freight on Sherman Hill shortly before reaching the Hermosa tunnels. That sure is a big snow plow on that engine. No information on slide as to who took the phot... (more)
A Big Boy hauls a freight over Sherman Hill with another steam engine on the rear assisting. No information on slide as to who took the photo.
A pair of UP U30C's along with a couple of CNW units pull a coal train over track 3, also known as the Harriman Cutoff.
This is a longer less steeper grade and is about to rejoin the original mai... (more)
A mighty challenger pulling a reefer string over Sherman Hill. Photo taken by Jack Pfeifer.
An F9 and four GP9B units haul a reefer train over Sherman Hill. Photo part of my collection, but no photographer listed.
Inside the repair shop Big Boy 4014 and 844 await the crowds that visited during the whole weekend.
Rear of roundhouse in Cheyenne yard. Plenty to look at but no-one could get up close.
I was able to walk around UP's shops at Wyoming during their annual open day and found this interesting contrast in the yard.
Not just old junk. Lots to see. CNW 401 of course stands out somehow, didn't make it to Spencer though....
The workday of Ed Dickens didn't end with the arrival of Big Boy 4014 at Cheyenne as he was about to pilot the tool cars into the shops. No time to admire 949.
The reward for getting soaked wet in a heavy Wyoming-style shower on US85 bridge was E9 949 in full glory after the downpour had ended.
It's always good to to have a capable small camera with a lens that fits through the fence on brigdes - giving view to the nice A-B-A set idling in front of the Cheyenne shops.
Standing in a Super 8 car park as the helpers of this BNSF freight slowly edge the train into the yard at Cheyenne.