UP manifest climbing the emerald hills of the Tehachapi foothills around Allard in late afternoon light.
Near UP's small yard at Arlington in Riverside, UPY 624 heads back to the small yard after switching. The industrial lead here runs beside Jurupa Ave for about a half mile.
Under a gorgeous fall day. The first of which this area has seen since last Sunday. 172 makes it's way past one of the most scenic shot's in the town of Cramerton, NC.
Westbound KCS empty oil train heading back for more black gold.
Two UP Geeps work Golden Grain Energy, as a road freight departs for points south on the south side of Mason City, IA.
The LPS local from Janesville switches the local industries at Clinton before heading to South Beloit.
The LPS local from Janesville switches The DeLong Co at Clinton, Wisconsin. On Tuesdays and Thursdays the local runs to Clinton and South Beloit.
A southbound Union Pacific office car special climbs Tehachapi Pass at Bealville, California, on February 29, 2016. New GE ET44AC No. 2617 powers the short three-car train, with mobile laboratory ... (more)
The 10,221-foot-high summit of the former Rio Grande main line over Tennessee Pass sits quiet and rusty today, with heavy trains no longer grinding through the lofty 2,550-foot tunnel beneath the ... (more)
UP 3303 leads an eastbound manifest with NW and a BN units through Sullivan's Curve. In the background an SP, also an eastbound, rolls through Canyon on their way down Cajon Pass.
Shortly after departing Hawthorne Yard, CN M337 is making its way through North Riverside, although, from the looks of this lash-up, you'd never be able to tell it was a CN train.
A pair of UP GE's lead a westbound empty ethanol train down the old B&O, bound for UP's Proviso Yard.
Westbound intermodal train approaching UP's East Yard
A very short Newport local rolls south in a rare Fall snowstorm in central Arkansas.
Westbound grain loads swim 'down stream' along the northern bank of the Humboldt River at the east end of Palisade Canyon. The EMD powered train is running on Southern Pacific rails while those of... (more)