The Olympic units head west through rural Maple Park as they make their way to Global 3 in Rochelle.
Comforming to the Mojave Subdivision's many serpentine curves Union Pacific's westbound ZLCLT drops down grade at Cable approaching the end of double track.
UP 2002, one of the commemorative Salt Lake City Olympic units, idles in North Yard on the back of the MNPWC 14 with its namesake city in the backdrop.
An eagle circles overhead as UP 2002 moves at 10 mph past the stopped AARASX train at Bottom Road near Columbia, Illinois.
After their duties concluded hauling around the Olympic torch train. UP 2002 and 2001 began working in everyday revenue service. Here UP 2002 leads a train on the Rio Grande runner at the north en... (more)
Fresh from the paint booth, UP's Olympic Units are in charge of Global 2 - Global 3 shuttle as it crosses the Fox River in Geneva.
Union Pacific's repainted Olympic duo prepares to enter Global 3 on the IG2G2-25 shuttle flip.
Union Pacific's Olympic Torch Relay units lead I-G2G2 past the red barn in La Fox Illinois.
On a perfect day in Rochelle, the UP's Olympic units lead IG2G2 west on the approach to Global 3. 2002 and 2001 were recently repainted at NRE in Mount Vernon and look fantastic!
Grinding up the southeast side of Braswell Mountain on the main 1 track is the northbound NS 23N (Atlanta,GA-Rossville,TN) heading for Chattanooga, TN. Almost like a cross country Olympic Torch ru... (more)
UP 2002 with a Very Colorful Consist leads a EB Manifest
Union Pacific's Olympic Torch Relay Train is departing Council Bluffs in late 2001 to head to Atlanta where the cauldron car would be lit with the Olympic flame and the train would begin the two m... (more)
UP 2002 sits on display for Rochelle Railroad Days 2015.
Norfolk Southern Train 341 is seen here doing some work in Maplesville, AL. Before heading on South to Selma, AL. With UP's Salt Lake City Olympic Torch Relay SD70M #2002 on the point
UP's Salt Lake City Olympic Torch Relay SD70M #2002 leads Norfolk Southern Train 341 South through Cox, AL. On a beautiful December afternoon