Scarlet & Grey Returns to the Coast Line. UP 1011 and a GP40-2 set to work this afternoon switching the small, central-coast yard that's main purpose these days is serving as an interchange... (more)
The Westbound Potash Local heads through Bootlegger Canyon on the Cane Creek Branch. Corona Arch is seen in the background.
UP 1158, with its Cotton Belt logo showing proudly on the nose, sits paired with UP 1133 on the engine lead at Villa Grove.
Even though it had been 18 months since Union Pacific swallowed up Southern Pacific, this image suggests little had changed on the Shasta Route. The northbound RoadRailer nears Oregon in spring 1... (more)
NS GP60 7135 leads coiled steel loads out of Mittal in East Chicago.
Formerly AT&SF 4018.
The DVRVF Denver to Roseville was little a hot shot train. That ran much of the time with a pure set of GP60's in the mid 1990's. It made for a very good looking set of power. This one had SSW 968... (more)
It’s almost 9:00 p.m. on the evening of July 16, 1998, at Colorado’s Denver Union Station. Rio Grande EMD GP60s sit on one of the station tracks and are being used as protection power for the next... (more)
A former Santa Fe GP60 leads the 1st Watson switcher through "the Jungle" in Torrance on the way back to Watson Yard.
BNSF GP60 177 formerly AT&SF 4018 at Riverbank Yard.
Patched Cotton Belt GP60 1158 leads the LFS54 north across the Kankakee River in Wilmington.
Train G86 crosses the Seneca River in Clemson, SC, moving local freight from Toccoa, GA, to Anderson, SC, for interchange with the Pickens Railroad. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information... (more)
The amount of history that this nose has seen through its life.
Starting its life out as the SSW 9764, then UP 1967 and now finally UP 1011. The unit waits its life out as the Casa Grande switcher, staying as far away from the UP paint booths as possible.