UP GP-60 1067, SD70M 4352 and SD40N 1997 outside the UP Jenks shops in North Little Rock.
UP SD40N 1997 outside the Jenk shops in North Little Rock. Please note the UP Herald is back on the building. See previous posting without the herald. 1997 was a very good year for me. My first da... (more)
The latest line up at the UP Jenks shops in North Little Rock. UP Y725 in need of much repair, UP 662 with it's hood completely off and engine removed, UP 1090 in fresh paint and baby wings, and t... (more)
KCS 4619 south leads a heavy manifest train up the steep grade of Rich Mountain in western Arkansas.
UP 1090 has it's complete hood taken off at the Jenks shops while UP 685 is in beginning stages of repairs.
UP 6748 and UP 6832 show off the brand new paint jobs outside the UP Jenks Shops on a clear October afternoon.
A pair of original SD40-2 units 3274 & 3229 sit next to the still wrapped "Bush" unit. The SD40-2 unit are in the beginning stages of their upgrade program.
SD70ACE 8584 outside the UP Jenks shops. Notice the missing UP herald on the building.
UP original SD40-2 2992 (Ex-CNW 6860) sits outside the UP Jenks shops waiting it's turn for repairs and upgrading. Please note the UP herald is missing from the Jenks building. If any one knows wh... (more)
UP SD70M 4322 sits next to yard goat GP15AC Y725 at the Jenks shops. The Y725 must have been involve in some type of wreck. Hence the whole missing front end and the DO NOT OCCUPY, DO NOT BOARD si... (more)
The entire Arkansas Midland roster at there small yard at Jones Mill, Arkansas near Hot Springs. AKMD 2504, 2503 and 2076.
Radiator exhaust fan hoods sit on a flat bed trailer at the Arkansas Midland yard next to GP38-2 2076 as storm clouds begin forming in June 2016.
A night photo of DD40X 6938 on display at the UP Jenks shops from a different angle and perspective.
Lightning strikes the downtown area of Little Rock behind the UP 6938 DD40X on display at the Jenks shops just after midnight.
SF 5376 west at Cajon Summit after a snow storm the night before leaves some fresh powder on the ground.