LOCX 1237 is a former Union Pacific EMD switch engine that was rebuilt with the "hammer head" GP9 type radiator and classified as an SW10. This unit apparently owned by Mobile Locmotive ... (more)
Former UP SW10 CN South Yard
A yard crew on an SW10 is moving the DD40X and it's special train from Fox Park in Council Bluffs across the Missouri River to Omaha Union Station, where passengers will board the special train fo... (more)
Tazwell and Peoria local is on the North leg of the bridge wye ready to cross the Illinois River eastward to their yard.
Rear of roundhouse in Cheyenne yard. Plenty to look at but no-one could get up close.
Still sporting its Canadian Pacific colors, NREX 1287 is a long way from home in the hills of Eastern Kentucky.
The prototype SW10 was rebuilt in Nov. 1982 at the Omaha Shops. UP #1243 was originally UP SW7 #1821
The prototype SW10 was rebuilt in 1981 at the Omaha Shops. UP #1221 was originally UP SW9 #1832.
This former SW9, now affectionately called a "Hammerhead" by railfans and UP crews alike.
This former SW9, now affectionately called a "Hammerhead" by railfans and UP crews alike, is putting out some unwanted steam through its exhaust stacks.
UP 96 rests outside the steam shops in Cheyenne.
The UP 96 took a spin with turbine fuel tank now used to carry water UPP 814. Where else can you catch a combination like this in 2005 other than Cheyenne? The West is best!
Ex UP SW10 . Poloroid One Step / 25MPH.
Renumbered to 1202 before entering service