A westbound auto train is tied down at Mira Loma along UP's LA Sub. Second back is an old warrior still in it's original SP paint.
Several Rio Grande and Southern Pacific tunnel motors were repainted in Union Pacific livery after the UP-SP merger in 1996. Former SP SD45T-2 No. 6857 received a new number, a new paint job, and ... (more)
Leaving Leyden, Colorado, under angry skies, Union Pacific westbound manifest MDVRO ascends toward the Front Range on the afternoon of October 29, 1999. Six locomotives power the train, led by EMD... (more)
Union Pacific in our Nation's Capital! Here UP 4795 with half a nose logo leads an additional section of Q226 from Louisville, KY to Jessup, MD. Later that night they spun the power in Baltimore... (more)
An all UP powered NS 225 intermodal and seven car auto rack train rumbles through the Magic City with a very eccentrically painted UP 70M at the lead. This locomotive has been missing half of its... (more)
A detouring UP Z-AILC detouring on the KCS at Shreveport due to major track work on the UP Mineola sub.
A westbound Union Pacific manifest passes a intermodal train sitting on the lead into UP's Global Three intermodal yard
Ex-SP tunnel motor 4795 leads a manifest up the 1.4 percent grade on the western slope of the Dragoon Mountains.
"Flag and Flare, minus 1/2 shield" crosses the "Eagle's Nest" portion of Langtry Creek while passing the old stomping grounds of Judge Roy Bean.
Westbound climbing out of the Pecos River Valley. Where's the other half of the wings?