Definitely the best looking set of power of the day. UP 9041 still looking good with the original paint. And UP 7146 with a fresh coat of paint from it's overhaul.
I haven't chase a train on the Lynndyl sub, for awhile like this one. With precision railroading the trains have just enough power theoretically. So every time there is any type of climb, they slo... (more)
I was thinking about going out this morning. That plan was accelerated when I heard a train horn. The sun wasn't up yet, where I was, so I head west with the train. When I was done today, I end up... (more)
Union Pacific steam 4-6-6-4 'Challenger' No. 3985 waits patiently on the Lynndyl Sub main while an eastbound manifest freight heads into the siding at Boulter on August 2, 2000. UP 3985 was travel... (more)
Twenty years ago, UP 3339 was repainted green and renumbered UP 1996 to commemorate the Summer Olympic games in Atlanta. Three months after the games, it received a fresh coat of Armour Yellow pai... (more)
A Chicago & North Western C44-9W leads a Global 2 to Los Angeles stack train approaching 6061 ft. Boulter Summit on the morning of June 29, 1996.
After making ceremonial stops in Cedar City, Milford, Delta, and Tintic (Eureka), Union Pacific's Utah Statehood Centennial train heads east on the Lynndyl Sub for additional stops at Warner (Tooe... (more)
UP SD40-2s 3152, 3628, and 3395 pull a 92 car Proviso to Los Angeles stack train approaching 6061 ft. Boulter Summit on the morning of July 25, 1994.
A five pack of EMD SD60Ms pull a Canal Street to Los Angeles piggyback train across 6061 ft. Boulter Summit in Tintic Valley on Oct. 3, 1993.
With six HOGX stock cars, two SD40-2s, a C30-7, and an SD50 for power, the North Platte to Los Angeles Trailers pulls west through Tintic Valley approaching 6061 ft. Boulter Summit on May 7, 1994.