The once a week Union Pacific Potash local nears the end of the Cane Creek Subdivision .
The once a week Union Pacific Potash local climbs the Cane Creek Subdivision across from Arches National Park.
The UP Canon City local takes a break at its normal parking spot on track 45 in the massive UP yard with another load of cement hoppers from the Holcin Cement Plant just over 26 miles away.
A trio of GP40-2's switch the only industry on the Rocky Flats lead, Texas Aggregates.
Today’s Canon City local has finished its daily chores and now finds itself about to drop off its cut of cement hoppers in the massive UP yard at Pueblo. The consist is even more unique today wit... (more)
After dropping off its cars of cement, the power of today’s Canon City local head to the locomotive terminal as they pass the short timer BNSF H-DENBEL which is frantically trying to get out of Pu... (more)
The daily Walsenburg turn, or PUPU as it's called on the radio, makes its way around the remains of the former Rio Grande roundhouse as it heads towards the UP yard after passing through the the s... (more)
A Crew Member of UP 1456 gets ready to head for the Yard Office after tieing down the Power on Local LDI04.
After getting back at La Salle and leaving their train on the siding, the power from LDI04-01 reverses onto the Monfort Spur and ties down for the rest of the day. To the right, UP 5245 surprising... (more)
The engineer gives me a friendly wave and a toot on the horn as the LSE59 15's light power runs past the beautifuly restored Washington station.