A long way from home, but still kickin! The mountains in the background give it away that we are a long way from passenger train duty in Michigan, but this ex-GTW torpedo is still in regular use a... (more)
UP 8031 east crest the hill as it approaches the town of Bliss, ID and is about to meet UP 9067 in the siding.
UP 5152 and 4625 are in the siding at Bliss, Idaho with the Gooding local waiting on a hot double stack train to run around them eastward.
A weather-worn former GTW GP9, which has worked at this rural elevator for over twenty years without a single alteration to its paint, still carries its long-hood bell, showing that the locomotive... (more)
This early evening of July 1, 1977 found UP's ASPX racing east across the Idaho desert country near Buhl, ID. This hot rod featured a pair of "fast 40s" and a pair of Centenniels and was allowed s... (more)
With a friendly wave from the engineer, UP-7995 west leads a fast stacker making 70mph past MP-351 on UP's Nampa sub.
UP-7257 East leads an empty Soda Ash train at MP-351, Bliss, Idaho under a storm cloud laden evening sky.
After being held by the grain train in the siding, a BNSF re-route train gets underway on UP's Nampa Sub at MP-350.5 at Bliss, Idaho under stormy skies.
UP-7950 East with a long K-line stacker in tow passing the old water tank at MP-350.5 at Bliss, Idaho.
Union Pacific's Western Pacific Heritage unit leads a loaded autorack train east at MP-351, Bliss, Idaho at sunset under a storm cloud laden sky.
UP-8627 leads a westbound stack train past the old water tank at Bliss, Idaho under threatening skies.
Still hard at work in full GTW colors far from home...
Former CN/GTW GP9 4517 working at Lansing Grain Co's elevator in Bliss, Id. Photo taken with permission.
The Nampa-Gooding local passes this classic steam-era watertower.