Still in black widow paint working Newhall yard
UP 2005 (ex-SSW 9706) and two unpatched sisters, SSW 9669 and SSW 9652, idle between switching moves in Newhall Yard. This trio of GP60s was the power for the Mission Bay Local which runs from Sou... (more)
Unpatched SSW 9652 slowly crawls forward to couple to a string of empty "dirty dirt" hoppers for forwarding to South San Francisco.
Heading SP West, #6255 is entering SP's Newhall Yard in San Jose in May of 1966. The trailing unit is one of their Krauss Maffei hydraulics. It is likely that this train has just arrived from Trac... (more)
A cab profile of a filthy C45AC (aka GEVO) as the crew tucks the power away for the night in the Newhall Yard.
SP #7108 has cut off of its train at SP's Newhall Yard in San Jose and is running light to the engine facilities on Lenzen Ave.
Amtrak #551 leads the way into San Jose as the Coast Starlight passes thru the now abandoned Newhall Yard.
The white building on the left has given way to condos.
GP9 3491 ready to head East from San Jose still carrying train numbers, an SP practice that ended a year later.
A UP passenger special led by UP 1996, The SP Heritage Unit, passes the Santa Clara Depot at the end of what used to be Newhall Yard.
A southbound baretable train passes under a new signal bridge in what is left of the Newhall Yard.
A UP GP15-1 sits in Newhall yard on Thanksgiving Day of 2004. A trio of other geeps are in the background awaiting assignment the next day. Nikon E995.
A UP crew sets a switch.
A rare unpatched GECX ex-SP snoot-nosed tunnel motor leads todays MSJRV. A plane leaving the San Jose airport can bee seen above UPY 615, a GP15-1 "baby tunnel motor."
A pair of GP38-2’s sit at the south end of the Newhall Yard. A brief break in the could casts some golden rays on them against this almost eerie backdrop of dark clouds. Nikon E995.
The MSJRV prepares to leave the Newhall Yard under threatening skies. UP tunnel motor #2846 is leading, and trailing is LTEX #4912 and UP #3558.