Union Pacific GE C40-8 9140 and CNW C40-8 8554 at Kansas City, Missouri.
A trio of SD70ACe pull the third section of the West Colton to Roseville manifest train through Monolith towards the end of the day along Tehachapi Pass.
The headlight configuration of UP 1422 gives a clue to its Southern Pacific lineage.
Nearing the crest of Raitt Mountain, UP 1996; their Southern Pacific Heritage motor, leads U58 and J78 pusher westbound through the previous week's snowfall at Home Creek, Virginia. This train of... (more)
8444: Meet 844 For much of its life, UP 4-8-4 #844 carried the number 8444 so it wouldn't conflict with GP30 #844. Here, in Denver, the two got a chance to meet each other. The 844 was... (more)
Union Pacific EMD SD38-2 No. Y808 sits in railroad’s huge diesel shop at North Platte, Nebraska, on May 4, 2011. The locomotive is former Chicago & North Western No. 6652, and at the time, assigne... (more)
And it was said, let there be light! UP 2673 breaks through the morning mist at Monolith and into the first light of the day as it leads a Roseville-West Colton manifest downgrade from the... (more)
The daily Union Pacific manifest from Roseville to Salt Lake City is less than 1/2 mile from Arnolds Loop. It is running through the several deep rock cuts on a 1% descending grade on the east slo... (more)
Electricians inside Union Pacific’s North Platte Diesel Shop in Nebraska, work on wire harnesses used in PTC installation for GE AC4400CW-CTE No. 5992 on Track 1 on May 4, 2011. Amazing how much w... (more)
UP caboose's 25461 and 25815 trail a westbound freight along Hwy 30 near North Platte, NE in May of 1989.
UP 6706 still in it's original CNW operation lifesaver paint, leads a Pocatello, ID bound grain empty up Cajon Pass near Silverwood.
UPY 1295 is a former Southern Pacific MP15DC built in 1974, and until fairly recently could be found working the yards around Denver.
UPY 1449 started life in 1975 as a MP15AC with the Southern Pacific. It was last rebuilt into an MP15N (utilizing the Nexsys control system) and prior to being moved out of Denver could to be fou... (more)
Eastbound coal loads roll along the Colorado River in the Yarmony, CO area.