Parked and ready for its midday run.
Just another 70M in Uncle Pete's wonderful armor yellow paint comes to life with a flash/exposure combo as it rolls through the City of Boone, Ia.
Railroad: Union PacificLocomotive: EMD SD70MLocation: Boone, Iowa, USALocomotive #: UP 4259Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: October 25, 2008
JS 8419 lets out a stream of steam for the photographers of the BSVRR first annual night photography train.
After having bell problems which caused a 45-minute delay, UP 3985 begins to back into the main part of the yard to begin her journey east/north to Mason City, IA.
BSV 1003 awaitng to give young fans there turn at riding with Thomas.
Evening light is reflected off this Union Pacific eastbound merchandise train as it prepares to depart Boone yard.
An early morning westbound coal empty sits atop the Kate Shelly Bridge awaiting a clear signal to continue back to the coal fields for a new load.
The headlight of an eastbound UP coal load reflects on the cars of an westbound coal empty as they pass on the Kate Shelly Bridge on an early fall morning. This is prior to closing the roads for t... (more)
85-ton 750v DC Ex-Kennecott Copper Company 703, unserviceable in a B&SVRR storage yard in Boone, Iowa. Built by GE in 1928 for Utah Copper, Bingham mine.
CNW crosses the Kate Shelly.
Built in 1928, the ex-Kennicott Utah electric has been on the B&SVRR property since '85.
Six Union Pacific locomotives roll east across the bridge in the early morning light.
Drive wheel on the B&SV's Chinese 2-8-2