Part of the collection at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center in Portland, Oregon, is Union Pacific SW10 96. Built as SW7 1821, this engine was rebuilt by Union Pacific into SW10 1243 in November 198... (more)
UP SW10 1239 Rebuilt from SW7 1815 in August 1982.
The Prototype SW10 was rebuilt in 1979 at the Omaha Shops to Union Pacific specifications. UP 1240 Rebuilt from SW9 1826, UP 1241 Rebuilt from TR5A 1871.
Union Pacific 1247 rebuild date March 1983 (rebuilt from SW7 #1808). Due to the transplanted front over head cooling fan housing, the SW10's are nicknamed "Hammerheads".
Grain for GonzalesIt is October 27, 2016, and a Texas Gonzales and Northern train has arrived in Gonzales, about 12 miles from the yard in Harwood at the opposite end of the railroa... (more)
Cab Forward to Gonzales!A short freight consisting of grain hoppers departs the Texas Gonzales and Northern yard in Harwood, Texas, and makes its way to Gonzalez to switch some elev... (more)
Union Pacific's North Yard in Salt Lake City as viewed from the 6th North bridge on June 21, 1996. The east side of the yard and the diesel shop were sold to the Utah Transit Authority in 2002 for... (more)
One of Union Pacific's iconic SW10s pulls a short Cutler Turn through Pleasant Grove on a sunny Sept. 27, 1988 afternoon.
An SW10/SD40-2 combo work Provo Yard's afternoon switch job on March 31, 1996.
The Amoco refinery in Salt Lake City was undergoing major expansion when this photo was taken on Sept. 23, 1995. The landscape looks southeast from Everett Avenue in the middle of the Bamberger Ra... (more)
The Pioneer Local wanders down the Salt Lake Union Stock Yard Spur at the Flying J refinery in North Salt Lake.
A pair of SW10 switchers and CA-10 cabooses await assignment at North Yard in Salt Lake City on a chilly February 13, 1994 morning.
As the YROG gets a new crew, the North Yard switcher drags a cut of tank cars for Chevron on June 20, 1995.
The Long Street Switcher makes a set out at Cereal Food Processors on 5th South and 4th West in Salt Lake City.
The pair were en route to their new owner. MLC 108 is ex UP 1216.