A dynamic sunrise begins to break over the UP's North Yard in Denver.
UP 712 (former Missouri Pacific GP38-2) works the sorting ladder in the North Yard. The amount of lumber cars passing through the yard is notable - likely responding to the need for building mate... (more)
UP 712 (GP38-2) works the North Yard while UP 6384 and mates wait for an assembled train.
The UP has assembled a string of 8 engines in the North Yard, presumably to relocate the power while moving a stick of freight cars somewhere across the country. Meanwhile, UP 712 (ex Missouri Pa... (more)
A pair of Geeps (UP 712 is a GP38-2 and HLCX is a 50-year old GP38-2 rebuilt from a GP40) work the North Yard as a pair of BNSF units move into the trailer transfer yard.
A nice variety of power in the UP North Yard in Denver, including a visiting BNSF engine.
UP 712 idling solo in the 36th Street Yard
UP 712 and team wait in the 36th Street Yard for a mixed freight to be assembled.
After a long day working the UP 36th Street Yard and with the sun setting on the horizon, two workers catch a ride back to base on UP 712 (GP38-2).
Every morning the local UP freight heads past the BNSF engine shop while making the 180 degree turn back to the north, heading towards the UP 36th Street Yard.
UP 712 brings a string of grain cars into the 36th Street Yard.
UP westbound train descending Cajon Pass at Devore, CA