UP heavies stack up in the North Yard, perhaps as part of a power move to a storage facility.
A group of 10 UP engines, lead by UP 7463 (ES44AC) is about to depart from the North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
The DPU on a westbound UP Wind Tower train was dutifully pushing away around the big curve east of Kinter siding.
The Denver Metro area can be seen in the background as Union Pacific ES44AC no. 7463 leads this loaded crude oil train from Wash, Utah to Midwest City, Okla., down the grade from Big Ten Curve tow... (more)
Union Pacific ES44AC no. 7463 leads this loaded crude oil train from Wash, Utah to Midwest City, Okla., down the 2% grade in Coal Creek Canyon just west of Denver.
About to crawl into tunnel 2, a 3-pack of abnormally clean gevos claw up the 2.2% grade with the characteristic lumber loads that are ever so common on this train.
A lengthy westbound UP stack train running on trackage rights on the BNSF begins to slow for its assault on Galesburg, passing beneath the Santa Fe style cantilevers at Yost.
Union Pacific 7463 howls as it brings a long ZBRLC around the world famous Tehachapi Loop at Walong, California.
Check another one off the bucket list. One the of the nine wonders of railroading is the Tehachapi Loop. This section of railroad track creates quite a spectacle when a long Union Pacific Z train ... (more)
This is an eastbound stacker passing the former right of way and tunnel along the old LA&SL.