Union Pacific's LJL40 local returns from Stouffer Foods with 2 cars for Provo Yard.
A pair of remote-control switchers shoves a long string of Pacer Stacktrain containers back into the facility as a westbound intermodal symbol prepares to depart after picking up loads.
A gaggle of GP units shine in the morning sun as the AC4400 units in the back show off their grime.
WN 1501 finally gets to work as he pulls a decent amount of hoppers off of the main so they can head to Rice Lake.
A pair of ArcelorMittal's attractive GP15-1's bring a loaded train into their plant. In the distance, an NS coal train awaits a new crew.
UPY 570 (GP15-1) teams up with LLPX 2227 and brings in a string of double-stack cars. Later UP 5025 and mate will hook up with the string and leave town. On this day the third rail is also activ... (more)
Frisco #113, is taking on fuel and seems to be getting the royal treatment with four maintance workers buzzing around this GP15-1.
What looks like Purple Horsemint wildflowers surround the right-of-way and this train getting a fresh crew. I'm not a fan of mint, but a horse would make some crew changes easier. This great Texas... (more)
While making a switch move into the yard, Union Pacific's YRO52R spews carbon particulates into the clear blue sky above Salt Lake City.
Footings from the past sit as a reminder of the railroads history as it quickly grows into the future.
A wet winter and early spring invited an explosion of floral vegetation to cover parts of the railroad. With MOW crews and Texas heat battling at the unwanted guests, scenes like this will soon be... (more)
An interesting power combo works a long cut of cars at the south end of UP North Yard in Salt Lake City.
The crew of UP's YRO52R switch job has lined their train into the Fourth South Yard as a UTA FrontRunner commute departs Salt Lake Central terminal for Ogden.
The evening westbound crosses the last trestle out of the San Saba River bottom, click here to see the train crossing the m... (more)
UP's "6am local" switches out the east end of Elk Grove while the Chicago Terminal's crew inspects their GP10 before going to work.