The sun has just about set on UP 801 as it shuffles the last set of cars in the 36th Street Yard.
The remote engineer for UP 801 (GP38-2) brings a cut of freight out of the North Yard for sorting.
A pair of Geeps (GP38-2's) work the 36th Street Yard.
There is a nice variety in the North Yard on this day, including some MP15 units, a gaggle of Geeps and some heavies waiting for assignments.
UP 8965 (SD70AH) has just pulled a freight into the North Yard and the crew of UP 801 (GP38-2) is eager to begin sorting the cars.
Two Savage engines visit the UP's North Yard.
'Blue Hour' at the North Yard. The North Yard crews are getting an early start to the day. Although sunrise is still 15 minutes away, the blue hue of the hour is beginning to catch a few hints of ... (more)
UP 801 and 557 work the 36th Street Yard
UP 801 (GP38-2) and partner UP 2270 (SD60M) work the North Yard in Denver.
UP 801 (GP38-2) passes UP 1418 (GP40-2) while being guided by a remote control operator as it heads into the North Yard to pick up a stray boxcar.
These two GP-38’s (UP 801 and GATX 2117) have worked the Denver yards for many years.
UP 801 shuffles a string of freight in the UP North Yard.
UP 801 (GP38-2) makes smoke wtih UPY 1324 (MP15DC) and HLCX 1056 (GP38-2) as they sort cars in the UP 36th Street Yard
A trio of GP38-2's (UP 801, HLCX 1068 and 1057) wait in the UP 36th Street Yard as the local energy plant and a brewing snowstorm generate interesting cloud patterns in the background.
UP Cousins - An inbound UP 801 (GP38-2) passes its outbound cousin (HLCX 1056 – formerly UP 2556) at the 36th Street UP yard marker in Denver.