The amount of history that this nose has seen through its life.
Starting its life out as the SSW 9764, then UP 1967 and now finally UP 1011. The unit waits its life out as the Casa Grande switcher, staying as far away from the UP paint booths as possible.
Under clear night skies, the SSW 1011 rests away in the Casa Grande yard.
A blast from the past, with only a handful of these units left in their original paint. The SSW 1011 hides out in Casa Grande, Arizona attempting to outlast the paint booth.
With a very colorful history, including life as UP 1996, one of the two SD40 for the 1996's Olympics Relay train. The now rebuilt SD40N basks in the afternoon sun of Arizona after being set out a ... (more)
UP 1053 sits quietly on a cold January night at Casa Grande
Still resting in the same place as she has been for the last 10+ years. A GE 65 Tonner sits on the end of spare track at the Arizona Grain facility in Casa Grande. Evening rain showers brought fog... (more)
Magma Arizona's weekly train is departing the SP interchange at Magma Junction for the return to Superior. The Baldwin locomotive was originally owned by the McCloud River.
A pair of fresh looking GP40-2's in Casa Grande, AZ.
Cruising southbound with a mixed freight.
The Casa Grande local passes a waiting Tuscon train.
A Westbound Phoenix train rolls by a parked Casa Grande local.
The strangest unpatched patched up SP unit i ever saw.