The Geeps are working the 36th Street yard in near whiteout conditions thanks to a February blizzard that included 30 mph winds.
UPY 647 is one of a half-dozen GP15-1's that can be found working the 36th Street Yard. Having been built in the early 1980's for Missouri Pacific, the Geeps have gone through a refresh and look ... (more)
UPY 546 pulls freight like a Baldwin in the 36th Street Yard
UPY 691 (GP15-1) spends the afternoon sorting a colorful collection of containers in the 36th Street Yard.
Crewmen exchange hellos as UPY 691 brings a string of freight out of the 36th Street Yard as another cut of cars gets shoved back in for sorting.
Union Pacific's Pioneer Local switches in the Salt Lake Union Stockyards near the Flying J. Refinery on June 10, 1994.
Here we see a unique pair of engines working the North Yard. UPY 546 (GP15-1) and UPY 1326 (MP15DC) were both originally built one year apart for the Chicago & Northwestern. 1326 was built in 19... (more)
UPY 577 (GP15-1) works a cut of freight cars in the North Yard while UPY 629 is stuck in the middle of two strings
When you think promo pictures, I'm not sure you think of two 35-year-old low HP branch-line/switcher units, but this pair of GP15-1s in UP yellow represent the face of second-generation diesldom a... (more)
UP power from a selection of decades awaits its next assignment at the old Rio Grande North Yard near downtown Denver.
In an odd way it is refreshing to see a gnarly paint scheme and this GP15-1 does not disappoint.
There is a lot of activity in the 36th Street Yard as UPY 647 and UPY 691 (both GP15-1's) sort freight cars while UP 1817 (SD40N) and UP 5216 (SD70M) wait their turn.
The U.P. yard job is heading back in to the yard while the AMTRAK waits even longer for clearance, passing almost 20 minutes later. Not sure which AMTRAK this is, it has been suggested it may be ... (more)