The conductor aboard UP 1983 looks ahead attentively as they cruise down a track in CSX's Tilford Yard.
The WP Heritage Locomotive leads UP Train CNAIM9 05 east on the KCT High Line at the Kaw River Bridge with coal loads for Cook, IL.
The WP Heritage Locomotive has spent the past month or so in coal service, and is seen here at UP Quindaro Yard leading UP Train CCLAT9 31.
Union Pacific 1983 passes a siding in Springfield with two woodchip cars bound for Eugene Yard.
That's a lot of ketchup. The Western Pacific heritage unit leads empty Newton, IL, coal train E968-08 westbound on the CSX St. Louis Line as it passes the defunct Brooks Ketchup bottling pl... (more)
Stacks bound for Tacoma, Washington trail the Western Pacific heritage unit as it climbs through Sandcut on a damp January morning.
UP 1983 and 1995 lead a short officer special through the small town of Clarksburg.
UP 1983, the Western Pacific Heritage Engine, is on the point of a westbound empty coal train that blasting through the Sub's namesake town of Sedalia and under the recently rehabbed Washington St... (more)
The Western Pacific Heritage Unit leads a coal train down the Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis Merchants Sub. This trackage runs parallel to the Mississippi River north of downtown St. L... (more)
UP's Western Pacific Heritage unit leads a coal train towards the Cook/Metropolis barge loadout in Southeastern Illinois.
After waiting on CSX cross traffic at Sullivan, UP 1983 gets rolling again after sunset with its empty coal train for Newton, IL on the INRD.
UP 1983 heads west into the sunset along the Indiana Railroads Indianapolis Sub headed for Newton, IL.
The Western Pacific heritage unit leads an empty coal drag across INRD's Indianapolis Sub through the small town of Dugger with a final destination of Newton, IL.
After getting off the CSX at Terre Haute and running down INRD's Chicago Sub, this empty UP coal drag heads through Jasonville at the north end of Hiawatha Yard with the WP heritage in charge.
Pacing UP 1983 on a rare visit to the area!