Operating for the Union Pacific Historical Society, a train dubbed the “City of Yoder,” ran from Cheyenne to South Morrill and return on the UP Yoder Subdivision on July 10, 2009. Powered by UP’s ... (more)
Union Pacific special trains have run with many different diesel engines leading over the years but nothing ever looked better than the A-B-A set of E's on the head end. An example is this Union P... (more)
While Union Pacific never painted a locomotive for the American Bicentennial, they did, however, loan E9A 951 to the Preamble Express, a special train that was to be used in the final plann... (more)
WSOR 101 leads a business train thru Ackerville on May 11, 2009. The WSOR freight working the yard was icing on the cake! This is one of the last rolls of Provia slide film I shot.
Union Pacific inspection special IVBCB passes Tower B and also by the rear end of BN's Bayard local.
The days leading up to "Streamliners at Spencer" provided all sorts of colorful, wild, and unconventional locomotive consists. Such is the case here, as Southern 6900 retrieved Union Pac... (more)
Former UP E9(A) 659 leads an ABBBA lash-up on an intermodal train through Joliet.
R.T. Steinbrenner Photo
WSOR 101 brings up the rear of the Milwaukee Road #261's North Pole Express.
A classic BN commuter train is seen near Lisle.
A charter passenger train dubbed the “Bill Gates Special” cruises through Broomfield on the BNSF’s Front Range Subdivision on September 25, 1998. The classy train was made up of mostly BNSF and Wi... (more)
Business train crosses the flood stage Rock River south of Edgerton heading toward Madison.
Showing her age in this night image, the 37A is now in IRM's diesel shop undergoing restoration.
UP 951 crawls thru Atchison, KS with an excursion train on a brutally hot August day in 1994.
The last E-unit ever constructed, built as UP #914, languishes at the engine terminal.
Here's a look inside an E9 locomotive, a work in progress at the Illinois Railroad Museum back in August 1992. The side panels on F and E units eventually wore out over time, requiring replacement... (more)