A set of hump power breaks into full sun at Centennial's receiving yard.
UP 5259 West departs Centennial Yard past two long lines of dead power.
A hump set heads into the receiving yard for another long string of cars.
At sunset, two deadlines of power sit quietly near the yard's west end.
Right out of the wash rack
A GEVO acts as DPU on the rear of an eastbound stack train about to depart Centennial Yard.
A trio of UP SDs push on a long string of cars to get it slowly over the hump. In the background, a long string of dead locomotives sits quietly in the late afternoon sun.
Late in the day, a westbound stack train takes the bypass around Centennial Yard.
A sign of the times. With the economy in the toilet and the arrival of new power, these deadlines seem to keep growing systemwide! There are right at 100 locomotives stored at Ft Worth.
UP 4141 South is on Main One as a BNSF southbound coal load roars down Main Two just south of Tower 55.
Train 22 arrives into the Fort Worth ITC as #422 the Heartland Flyer lays over.
BNSF 8026 North heads for Saginaw with Main One of UP's Choctaw Sub at the far left.
A lone C44-9W shoves hard on the rear of a long grain train to help get it up the hill to downtown Ft. Worth, with UP's Choctaw Sub at the far left.
A dual DPU pushes hard on a southbound coal load as it attacks the 1.0 percent grade between Tower 60 and downtown Ft. Worth.
UPY 2524 makes it across tower 55 with a cut of new covered hoppers from the Trinity steel mills in North Fort Worth.