A pair of new GEVO's approach Leon Cook Road with a westbound vehicle train.
Jericho, Utah is on the old Los Angeles & Salt Lake RR, now the Lynndyl sub of the Union Pacific. No town at Jericho, just a 9709’ siding. A short distance south (RR west) of Jericho is a wonderfu... (more)
A colorful power consist leads a 55 car Proviso to Los Angeles stack train through Rush Valley on Aug. 18, 1995.
Westbound AGBML drops down Beaumont Hill near Ordway with 2 KCSM units behind leader 8010.
Train 198 eases down to a stop at CP Winburn on the former Central of Georgia mainline. 198 got caught by the high and wide detector at Leeds and the dispatcher then let 93A (tie train) run ahead ... (more)
One of the first Roadrailer trains on the Union Pacific route to the Twin Cities.
The Cache Valley Local crosses the state line on its journey north from Logan, Utah to Preston, Idaho.
With storm clouds building up over the San Gorgonio Pass, a westbound manifest freight passes through the Hinda area as it enters San Timoteo Canyon on UP's Yuma Subdivision.
Passing through Redlands on the ex-SP Sunset Route, the Rio Grande heritage unit has command of a westbound doublestack train as it nears the end of its trip to Los Angeles.
Between El Casco and Ordway on Union Pacific's Yuma Subdivision, a westbound double stack winds through the many curves in San Timoteo Canyon under stormy skies.
An eastbound Union Pacific coal train departs Cliff, Colorado, on a bright September 20, 2001.
Under stormy skies in San Timoteo Canyon, a westbound UP ZMQLC intermodal train finds sunlight as it works its way through the curves near Ordway on Union Pacific's Yuma Subdivision.
Storm clouds build as a cold front approaches Southern California as UP's Rio Grande Heritage unit proudly leads train ZMQLC down Beaumont Hill.