Surrounded by 29 other locomotives, Union Pacific EMD E9 No. 949 gets serviced at North Yard’s fuel tracks in Denver, Colorado, on April 16, 2014.
CN repainted 102 into classic green and gold with the more modern CN logo. It is hard to get it leading as it is used for HEP (head-end-power for the passenger cars) and runs in the trailing posit... (more)
A Colorado sunrise catches UP 949 in the North Yard where it spent the night after making a test run from Wyoming to Denver. Perhaps preparing to join UP 844 for the annual Cheyenne Frontier Days... (more)
A light snow falls as Santa arrives in the town of Danforth along the Main Line of Mid-America!
Union Pacific E-9 #949 makes a rare appearance out on the mainline as it tows passenger car Howard Fogg and is seen here accelerating over the South switch at La Salle.
Normally stored at the UP Steam Shop and Roundhouse in Cheyenne, Wyoming, UP 949, one of three E9's left on the UP roster lead a test train down the Greeley Sub in Brighton, Colorado. They will ho... (more)
Wayback Machine Time! This is what it must have looked like in the early 1970's at the UP North Yard in Denver - an E9A waiting for service and a MP15DC doing yard duty. UP 949 looks great even ... (more)
After meeting the Denver, Colorado to Green River, Wyoming manifest at Brighton, the "Test" train led by UP E9A no. 949 races along US-HWY 85 near Henderson, Colorado. What I assume is t... (more)
Union Pacific’s set of E9s are fresh from a rebuild on April 27, 1993, as they pull a passenger train past the imposing state capital of Missouri at Jefferson City.
Twin Cities Hiawatha passenger train.
On their trip home to Omaha after a thorough rebuilding at Paducah, Kentucky, Union Pacific’s set of E9s curves into Hermann, Missouri, on April 27, 1993.
On the trip back home to Omaha after being rebuilt in Paducah, Kentucky, Union Pacific’s A-B-A set of E9s rests for the evening at St. Louis, Missouri, on April 26, 1993.
Back home after the Santa Train Run.