Just after getting some touch up paint work is Union Pacific No. 4141 inside the paint shop at UP’s North Little Rock Downing B. Jenks Shop on May 18, 2015. The specially-painted EMD SD70ACe is pa... (more)
Union Pacific No. 4141 gets some touch up by a painter (carman by trade) in the paint shop at UP’s North Little Rock Downing B. Jenks Shop. The specially-painted EMD SD70ACe was given a fresh coat... (more)
No, Union Pacific is not repainting No. 4141 (George Bush 41). On May 18, 2015, it was in North Little Rock’s Jenks Shop paint both for some touch up work after installation of a new plow. The spe... (more)
Several EMD locomotives in the middle of shop time, including two SD70Ms, sit in front of the Union Pacific’s Downing B. Jenks Shop in North Little Rock, Arkansas, on May 8, 2014.
Sharing a Union Pacific road number with a much more famous steam locomotive, No. 9000 gets serviced between assignments at the sprawling Jenks Shop in North Little Rock. Any crew member in need o... (more)
Union Pacific EMD SD70ACe No. 4141 sits in repose at UP’s Downing B. Jenks Shop at North Little Rock, Arkansas, on May 8, 2014. UP SD70M No. 5058 waits its turn in the shop a few tracks over. No. ... (more)
UP 6938 on display outside of Jenks Shop.
A trio of Burlington Northern and Missouri Pacific SD40-2s lead an empty coal train through North Little Rock, Arkansas, on May 28, 1983.
Missouri Pacific units sit in the hot sun on July 4th. These units were delivered with the large stylized eagle on the long hood which really enhanced their looks.
This was one of the worst fire damaged units I have ever seen. The only giveaway was the D/B and the old style trucks. In any case, later in the month CR 6480 emerged from the NLR shops in fresh... (more)
In the as-built number series.
Rare unit. At some point upgraded to 2000HP. Note, one of the few non-turbo units to wear the eagle.
Built on AAR trucks from retired Alcos these units were commonplace on MP.
Hump unit and slug on the hump.
The early version of the great -2 on a great railroad. Remember the ACI label?