UPY 1000 at Roseville, 8/4/19.
Rebuilt SP Alco C630 No. 3148 sits outside the shops in early morning light. A big Alco in these parts is a rarity, since power assigned to Roseville is almost exclusively EMD.
View of the engineer's controls and gauges in SP SD7 No. 1521.
SP SD7 No. 1521 has just received a new governor in the shops.
The Shops give a pair of SD40Ns a good going-over.
Locomotive wheels sit outside the shops awaiting their next assignment.
UP SD40N No. 1836 gets a good going over on its electrical systems.
Early in the morning, SP SD7 No. 1524 sits just outside the Roseville Shops.
Shop workers replace the governor in EMD's first six-axle locomotive, SP SD7 No. 1521, formerly EMD demonstrator No. 660.
With the help of a hydraulic arm, diesel mechanic Cash guides Ross in positioning the new power assembly for insertion in SP 8676's prime mover.
View from the engineer's seat inside a big SP EMD awaiting repairs in the Roseville Shops.
Diesel mechanics Cash and Ross bolt a new power assembly to a crane arm so they can install it in SP SD40-2M No. 8676.
Diesel mechanics prepare to install a new power assembly in SP SD40-2M No. 8676. The old power assembly sits on the floor in front of us.
Various EMDs are under repair at the Roseville Shops.
Venerable SP SW1500 No. 2689 sits in the Roseville Shops awaiting repairs. In the last half of the 1980s, SP began removing all oscillating Gyralites from its locomotives. The reason? The FRA had ... (more)