An odd lashup was working the UP's 36th Street Yard, including UPOY 613 (GP15-1), HLCX 3856 (GP38-2 - formerly a Grand Trunk Western GP40-2), and UPY 1321 (MP15DC).
Two worn out looking UP engines, with UPY 590 (GP15-1) showing off its 23 year old paint scheme and UP 6539 (AC4400CW) showing similar age. Notice the replacement doors on 6539 in a brighter pain... (more)
UPY 590 and 691, a matched pair of former Missouri Pacific GP15-1's, work the north yard sorting freight cars. Looking at these two was like looking into the past, with the 1992 vintage UP paint ... (more)
Two UP GP15-1's (UPY 590 and UPY 691) pull a stick of freight cars in the North Yard while an empty BNSF coal train heads back for a refill. The Geeps had a gritty, warn out look to them, which w... (more)
UP LPG04 with a trio of UP GP15-1s, coasts west out of Rochelle, IL under the original CNW searchlights after working the industries on the east end of town.
After dropping off loaded cars for Rochelle's Americold - Cold Storage facility and picking up empty ones, Union Pacific's Sterling, IL to Rochelle, IL LPG04 24 local slams across the diamond as i... (more)
UPY 586 (GP15-1) heads back to the 36th Street Yard freight as UPY 647 gets ready to shuffle a string of container cars.
Union Pacific's LUC53 local pulls a brand new 75-ton Grove RT875 Rough Terrain Crane through Salt Lake City on August 23, 1993. It features a 4-section boom with a maximum length of 125 feet, a te... (more)
UPY 586 (GP15-1) bring a freight into the south entrance of the 36th Street Yard.
The low evening sun really brings out the special color of UP's Armor Yellow, as seen here on UPY 647 (GP15-1) which was working the 36th Street Yard.
One of many former Missouri Pacific GP15-1's in UP's service, this 'baby tunnel motor', complete with rainbow lettering, waits for an assignment in the 36th Street Yard.
Originally built for the Missouri Pacific in 1976, this 'baby tunnel motor' GP15-1 can be found (along with many other GP15-1's) working the UP's North and 36th Street yards in Denver.
UPY 647 muscles a string of containers through the 36th Street Yard.