A westbound Union Pacific unit potash train is approaching Dale Junction, Wyoming, on Sherman Hill on September 17, 2008.
Little train in red rock country: On March 4, 2012, Union Pacific’s Potash local heads back to the main line at Brendel, Utah, after setting out most of its cars at Potash, and is now taking back ... (more)
Union Pacific GE's lead a fairly short stack train across the Etowah River and is approximately 45 miles away from its destination of Atlanta after traveling cross country from Los Angeles.
Union Pacific’s Potash local climbs Thompson Hill between Sagers and Thompson, Utah, on March 4, 2012.
With the Herzog ballast cars set up and ready to dump. UP 5707 heads out on the mainline past East Riga. The train will head to Ellis and dump ballast on the mainline and part of the siding before... (more)
A loaded coal train passes just south of downtown St. Louis and heads up to the MacArthur Bridge. This is the DPU pushing on the rear.
Near Redlands on the Union Pacific's Yuma Sub, a westbound intermodal train with a dirty C44ACTE on the point exits San Timoteo Canyon and will soon be entering the Los Angeles basin.
Between the nonstop traffic and awesome red rock faces, Echo Canyon is one of the most underrated railfanning locations in the West!
Snowy pit stop: Union Pacific locomotives get serviced at North Yard in Denver, Colorado, on April 15, 2013. No matter what the weather, railroading continues on; even in a heavy snow, railroaders... (more)
A sucker hole opened up at just the right time and place on this otherwise mostly cloudy day to illuminate my subject. This is a westbound Union Pacific grain train on the upper level of the climb... (more)
A trio of UP coal trains are staged at 18th St Yard as an intermodal train approaches in the distance.
Empty coal hoppers head back north for more coal in the morning sun.
Doing all the work, this train is making it look easy pulling a long cut of autoracks.
The BNSF Provo-Lincoln waits in the siding while a UP manifest heads heads west.