Not exactly ho hum even then but I should have paid more attention and worked harder for more shots. Uncle Pete was just okay in those days in my opinion and you got what seemed like 1200 SD-40-2... (more)
During its year-long revival in service before ultimate retirement, DDA40X 6927 leads eastbound autorack train FTX through the tight curve at Meacham, Oregon, in the summer of 1984, with much-smal... (more)
Centennial No. 6927 leads an OME through the tunnels just below Keddie.
UP westbound heads down on the 3 % track towards San Bernardino.
Just an otherwise normal spring snowstorm to liven up an otherwise perfect day chasing Centennials on borrowed time. Normally on this bridge you would be able to see Cheyenne in the distance, but... (more)
Centennial 6927 leads a hot Overland Mail East through Mohawk in the upper Feather River Canyon.
Centennial 6927 leads an Overland Mail East out of a tunnel just east of Keddie Wye.
Two DDA40X "Centennials" and a GP9B bring a westbound down Cajon Pass.
Centennial 6927 leads a giant Overland Mail East at Spring Garden on a beautiful morning in June 1984.
One of UP's hottest trains on the Overland Route, the Overland Mail East, approaches Portola with Centennial 6927 on the point.
Centennial 6927 and its mates lean into a curve at Hesperia as they drag a freight up the east side of Cajon.
Centennial 6927 leads an OME out of the portion of the Canyon still in morning shadows into brilliant sunlight as it approaches Virgilia.