UP 1996 works the yard in Sayre, PA on NS H12, seen passing the old Lehigh Valley Station.
UP 1996 leads a Z-train on the Union Pacific Geneva Sub westbound out of Franklin Grove, IL.
With Southern Pacific daylight red and orange up front UP's eastbound empty Trona 'coal buckets' have ducked into the siding at Jim Grey to meet BNSF's westbound Boron local, very fittingly utiliz... (more)
1996 sits ready to lead the "El Centro" eastbound on the Sunset Route as the last rays of the day paint the sky. Today's train features an all EMD consist, as does the 'hauler' next to it, and on ... (more)
Union Pacific SP heritage unit 1996 and UP 100 years of Boy Scouting unit 2010. Are operating a push pull on the west side of the Salt Lake City valley with an Operation Lifesaver train.
After stopping for a few minutes for a red board at Dolton Junction, the SP heritage unit leads L090 east through town.
The Southern Pacific heritage unit leads ZDLSKP through Blue Island Junction, preparing to make the transition from IHB to CSX rails.
The SP heritage unit leads the Salad Shooter east through Riverdale.
The UP 1996 SP Heritage unit is leading L091-13 west across Ohio with power and cars combined from two L090's.
An other shot of 1996 in Rotterdam.
Note that the conductor is waving.
CSX L090 comes into Rotterdam, NY on a very windy cold day with UP 1996 leading two other UP units.
With its leader proudly displaying daylight red & orange the eastbound 'Roper' slips through the curves at the west entrance to Afton Canyon on Union Pacific's Cima Subdivision.
The 1996 Olympic Torch Relay passenger train and cauldron car roll through Weber Canyon on the road to the Summer Games in Atlanta, Georgia. The train will soon stop for a ceremony in the small to... (more)
The 1996 Olympic Torch Relay passenger train and cauldron car crest 6824 ft. Wahsatch summit on the road to the Summer Games in Atlanta, Georgia.
UP 1996 in the special Southern Pacific heritage scheme gets placed in the UP North Yard for what will be a short stay. It headed back north early the next morning.