With some fresh snow this week, I decided to run out this morning, to see if I could catch a train. UP 5339, 4873, 5423 lead a westbound manifest on the Lynndyl Subdivision.
UP 1996 rolls past the town of Stockton. The train now will begin to pick up speed, and really leave civilization for awhile.
Union Pacific 7678, 5193 have just rolled through the small, but growing town of Stockton, Utah.
Some rough looking power, but it was getting the job done just fine. The engineer was calling out highball on the radio as he was knocking down all the location names. And was making good time, as... (more)
With the small town of Stockton for a back drop. This west Colten bound manifest rumbles through town in the late evening.
A Los Angeles to North Platte Z train curves through Stockton the evening of Aug. 18, 1995.
Union Pacific's Los Angeles to North Platte auto parts train emerges from the Stockton sand bar in Tooele County on Oct. 23, 1994.
A GE C36-7, two SD40-2s, and a C30-7 pull an 81 car NPLAT through Stockton on March 13, 1994. Note the four HOGX Farmer John stock cars placed right behind the power.
By the mid-1990s, the Union Pacific rostered hundreds of comfort cab units. Mainline power with an all 'standard cab' consist was a good catch by 1994. EMD SD60 No. 6011 and GE C30-7 No. 2446 pull... (more)
The train is about to enter the big cut just east of the town of Stockton on the Lynndyl Subdivision.
UP's hot NPLAT intermodal rolls west through Stockton, Utah with eight HOGX stock cars on Oct. 23, 1993. These 60 foot box cars were built by Gunderson in 1989 with adjustable louvers and three le... (more)
In my opinion K-line stack trains are one of the best looking trains on the rails.
UP 8630 NS 8870 UP 8059 split the big cut just east of the town of Stockton, Utah on the L.A.S.L.
UP 4014's 'Return Home' tour enjoys a moment of rock star fame during a whistle stop at Stockton, Utah. May 2, 2014
A well matched quartet of EMD SD40-2s lead a 67 car Hinkle, Oregon to Yermo, California freight through Stockton on a chilly Feb. 14, 1993 morning.