"The Spirit of Union Pacific" leads UP Train PCBFR2 05 south past Wolcott on the UP Falls City Sub. en route to Ft. Riley, KS for a display appearance on the 6th as part of its Salute to the Milit... (more)
Union Pacific 1943 on display in North Little Rock. Across the tracks are locomotives in repair at the Jenks Locomotive Shops. This view show the POW emblem on the back of the locomotive. Photo... (more)
Union Pacific 1943 is on display in North Little Rock as an autorack with solid NS power rolls by. On the opposite side of the moving train is the Union Pacific Jenks Diesel Shops. Photo taken w... (more)
UP 1943 is climbing the west approach of the Huey P Long Bridge, leaving Avondale Yard, bound for display at Audubon Park in New Orleans.
The freshly painted "Spirit of the Union Pacific" heads out of downtown San Antonio following the official unveiling ceremony held at Sunset Station. The locomotive arrived to San Antonio covered ... (more)
The freshly painted "Spirit of the Union Pacific" spotted at Sunset Station in San Antonio for the official unveiling ceremony. The locomotive arrived to San Antonio covered in a tarp displaying U... (more)
The freshly painted "Spirit of the Union Pacific" departs the unveiling ceremony held at Sunset Station in San Antonio and will soon begin Union Pacific's Salute to the Military Tour. The locomoti... (more)
The unveiling of UP 1943 Spirit of the Union Pacific to Support our Troops at the Sunset Station near downtown San Antonio frequently called "Military City USA"
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A patched Cotton Belt and sister GP60 unit will soon be the power for the local switch job.
Patched Cotton Belt GP60 1943 leads the North Local northbound over the Kankakee River in Wilmington.
UP power line-up at Bloomington. The Cotton Belt heritage is wearing back through on this patched GP60.
A pair of Geeps, including a Cotton Belt GP60, await assignments at the south end of Bloomington Yard.
As the pair of Cotton Belts hold the siding at the south end of Pontiac, the Texas Eagle flies by on the main.
Passing the big grain elevator in Chenoa, the pair of Cotton Belts have clear sailing for the remaining 25 miles of their trip back to Bloomington.
The pair of GP60's head south out of Pontiac, preparing to take the siding up ahead to allow the southbound Texas Eagle to pass.