My first train of the year. A late afternoon manifest, nears Salt Lake Cities North Yard.
Two Burlington Northern SD40-2's lead a westbound autorack train over the Cutbank bridge.
The UP has just pulled into the small town of Rupert, Idaho with a fresh load of work. It's time for the Eastern Idaho Railroad to go to work.
Four B40-8W's lead the hot shot 991 train just west of Flagstaff, Arizona.
The hottest train on the system. With the newest units on the roster. A B40-8W leads 5 GP60M's in their beautiful red and silver paint.
Seven Santa Fe units of assorted varieties power there train over Cajon Pass.
It was a real treat to catch two Santa Fe cowl unit as the sole power of a train. SDP40Fu 5261 and F45 5956 round a big sweeping curve east of East Guam, New Mexico.
I figured I would put this up for Halloween. We just happened to be at Canyon Diablo, when what should show up but the infamous Santa Fe 666. The devil unit at the devil canyon. It's the only time... (more)
How often in 1996 are you going to find a GP30 leading on a class one railroad out on the main. To our pleasant surprise such is the case on the Santa Fe with 2714 sporting nice paint also. Techni... (more)
A Burlington Northern GP39-2 and GP30 car body now a GP39M are in charge of a train on Stevens Pass.
SF30-C 9537 rounds the high speed curve west of Seligman. The double track mainline is split apart at this point, on the Santa Fe trans-con.
A rare unit for the state of Utah, an SP B30-7. Has made it way on Rio Grande's west side branch called the Garfield branch. The line make it's way from Midvale to the Kennecott Coppers smelter. ... (more)
A trio of Rio Grande tunnel motors are putting on a show, with the Utah book-cliffs for a backdrop.
A trio of Rio Grande tunnel motors are on the Sunnyside branch with the dirt train. It's 7 years after the merge but the Rio Grande is being kept alive in Helper, Utah.
Two grimy Rio Grande SD40-T2 and a Southern Pacific SD45 work Tennessee Pass.