The snow train winds through Norden as it is a few feet from the Norden shed.
A very cold day following a fierce storm reveals this beautiful SP loco as it waits for the spreader to clear tunnel #41
The spreader gently negotiates the #2 track while a westbound passes.
I had a good time with Donner while stationed at Travis AFB. GOD I MISS THAT PLACE!!!!
Bright sun.....fresh snow.....fresh paint.....priceless!
On a beautiful winter afternoon, a crew member peers out to see why Amtrak is stopped
Heading out of the summit tunnel heading west, remnants from the prior days storm can be seen. The "core"(amount of snow accumulated between the rails) is getting pretty deep!
What is this!!! Amtrak is stopped for an auto train! Well luckily for me that is how things worked out. Notice the glare of the yellow winged nose on the side of the Amtrak lead unit?
UP 5728 seeing the light of day after nearly 2 miles of darkness. The shed at East Norden covers the switch at the entrance to the 10,325' Tunnel 41.
My first flagged unit while home on leave from my 1st year in Korea
A pose by the Colfax helpers while cutting out near the summit
Full winged at Norden clearing the rails for the next storm
An answer to the SP 8444 shot at Norden, here is what it is today
A shot that soon, or maybe even today cannot be replicated due to the
From inside of Norden shed as the UP 6732 eastbound grain train approaches