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.
The little engine that could! W080-19 with a GP15-1 on the point is eastbound on Van Bibber siding. The loaded Herzog train in tow is destined for the site of a washout on the Trenton Sub just e... (more)
UPY 625 (GP15-1) gets ready to pull a string of freight out of the North Yard for sorting.
This view catches a glimpse of the south half of the UP's 36th Street Yard in Denver.
Alexis tower was a good place to catch a lot of action. 1691 is heading towards Detroit. The track on the far left was the C&O line. To the right of the C&O was the Ann Arbor. And last the track ... (more)
Ex- Missouri Pacific 1567
The UP Troy Grove job going through Dekalb on the UP Troy Grove Sub.
This former MoPac locomotive, whose blues are starting to show through on top of the radiator section, sits at one of the locomotive servicing tracks near the yard tower.
Here is a unique configuration as baby tunnel motor UPY 629 (GP15-1) runs long hood forward while teaming up with UPY 1329 (MP15DC) to pull a string of freight out of the 36th Street Yard.
The glow of last light is cast on both Union Pacific and California Northern local power awaiting the next call to duty at the ex-SP yard in Tracy as the day draws to a close.
A nicely dressed GP15-1 sporting a pair of spark arrestors catches some evening sun.