RailPictures.Net Photo: UP 6839 Union Pacific GE AC4400CW at Echo Canyon, Utah by James Belmont
 
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Union Pacific (more..)
GE AC4400CW (more..)
West Emory, UP Evanston Subdivision (more..)
Echo Canyon, Utah, USA (more..)
August 27, 2010
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UP 6839 (more..)
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James Belmont (more..)
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An incredible lashup of 19 UP locomotives head east through Echo Canyon at Emory, Utah. This light engine move which originated at Stockton, California would terminate at East North Platte, Nebraska. The trailing 16 units were pulled from storage pending a return to active service on the Union Pacific roster. Represented in the group are GE C40-8, C40-8W, C41-8W and EMD SD60M units all of which were about 20 years old.
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