The Union Pacific North Yard in Denver offers a mix of power.
Light power pair up to sort cars and heavies get service so that they can take trains out of the yard once assembled.
Another veteran working the Union Pacific's North Yard in Denver is UP 1502. She was built as a GP40 in 1971 for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and was later rebuilt as a GP40M-2 for the Southe... (more)
Light power works the UP North Yard in Denver, Colorado. UP 1507 started life as a GP40 in 1969 for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, then was rebuilt as a GP40M-2 and worked for the Southern Paci... (more)
UP 1507 (GP40M-2) and other light power work the UP's North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
UP 1507 (GP40M-2) is an ex Baltimore and Ohio engine which was built in 1969. Here it leads the local over the South Platte River in downtown Denver, Colorado.
UP 1507 (GP40M-2) climbs the grade past a farmhouse as it heads to Tunnel #1 on the Moffat Line.
A Westbound Denver-Salt Lake City passes the fruit packing sheds at Palisade on the outskirts of Grand Junction.
Here's something you don't see every day. UP 1507 (GP40M-2) uses the Rocky Siding to pull two hoppers across Highway 93 in Arvada, Colorado. The trio of engines will pass through Big 10 Curve and... (more)
The conductor locks the switch after aligning to the main. Union Pacific GP40M-2 No. 1464 can proceed back to Oxnard after dropping off a car at Spears Plastics in Santa Paula.
Union Pacific GP40M-2 No. 1464 and a one car Oxnard Local, backs out of the spur after setting out the car at Spears Plastics in Santa Paula.
At the end of a hot August day in 1991, one of SP's hottest symbols, the LAPCX, otherwise known as the "Pacific Coast Express," makes its way north on the Valley Line just as the sun is ... (more)
UP 1479 leads three other UP engines and a mixed freight out of the BNSF's Denver Yard.
Sunrise catches UP 1526 (ex St Louis Southwestern - Cotton Belt GP40M-2) teamed up with a GATX smurf and UP 1345 (ex Denver & Rio Grande Western GP40-2) as they wait for an assignment.
Snow has been falling all day and has blanketed the engines in the UP's North Yard. UP 1534 has an interesting history in that it was originally built for the Missouri Kansas Texas Railroad as a ... (more)
Early dawn over the UP's North Yard during that magical 5 minutes when the blue hour turns pink, just before the sun peeks above the horizon.