At Fort Steele State Historic Site, Wyoming, the Union Pacific Railroad crosses the North Platte River. UP 4014 + UP 844 are seen westbound here in the early evening of Saturday, May 4, 2019.
Big Boy UP 4014 and UP 844 crossing the Platte River near Fort Steele, WY
As afternoon thunderheads kick up over head a westbound 'special' sails across the North Platte River at Fort Steele, WY on Union Pacific's Laramie Subdivision.
With a nicely matched set of UP-CSX-UP-CSX-UP motors up front an eastbound Union Pacific manifest sails across the North Platte River at Fort Steele, WY. Fort Steele was once the location of a US ... (more)
A westbound hotshot sails along Union Pacific's Laramie Subdivision passing the location of Fort Steele. Originally constructed in 1868 to protect Union Pacific's transcontinental railroad as it c... (more)
Union Pacific #844 lead the 150th Anniversary special across the North Platte River at Fort Steele. This train was bound for Rock Spring, WY for the night with the final destination of Sacramento,... (more)
Mixed Westbound freight crossing the North Platte River.