A westbound Southern Pacific loaded coke train (NSGVC) descends the steep west slope of Tennessee Pass at Pando, Colorado, on August 1, 1996. This is most certainly the highest elevation these two... (more)
A venerable SP tunnel motor leads an eastbound UP stack train up the 1.0 percent grade at Shawmut.
A trio of SP ACs idles in the yard at Mojave.
Southern Pacific SD40T-2s No. 8254 and 8330 pull an 89 car Grand Junction to Roper manifest freight through the Jordan Narrows on the morning of July 11, 1993.
An eastbound commute holds at Bayshore waiting for traffic ahead to clear.
Not long after being delivered from EMD, SD40T-2 No 8356 leads an eastbound manifest uphill at Woodford.
SP 4449 sits dead quiet, on display in Oaks Park. In a few years, she'll be restored with her fires once again alive and well.
Southern Pacific 100, the first of 279 new GE AC4400CWs leads a Trona, California to Skyline, Utah coal train over 7440 ft. Soldier Summit on July 15, 1995.
Pictured is a funeral train of sorts, taken in Salt Lake City on Nov. 6, 1999. Twelve locomotives, retired from Union Pacific's active roster are pictured on a light engine move to Boise, Idaho. W... (more)
SP EMD SD40T-2 8321.
On the way to the cement plant.
SP style B semaphore signal at MP 1017.6 on the SP Tucson Division.
The MDVRO manifest freight chases the setting sun in Spanish Fork Canyon on Sept. 25, 1999.
Bloody Nose and KodachromeA pair of EMD SW1500s trundle through Dolores Yard in Carson, California, on November 3, 1986. Besides the obvious difference in paint schemes (2575 is on... (more)
Southern Pacific AC4400 #164 claws at the 3% grade and rounds Kindig's Curve. The big GE is less than 1 year old and still has a very shiny "Rudolf" nose. A storm front is appro... (more)