UPY 586 (GP15-1) bring a freight into the south entrance of the 36th Street Yard.
The low evening sun really brings out the special color of UP's Armor Yellow, as seen here on UPY 647 (GP15-1) which was working the 36th Street Yard.
USAX 6522, newly built in May of 2015, waits in the 36th Street Yard for orders while UP 695 (GP38-2) sorts out a string of container cars.
USAX 6522 is a brand new (built in May) model 3GS-18B, made for the US Army by NRE – National Railway Equipment Company out of Illinois. Serial number 239-6522-5-2015, the 280,000 lb. locomotive ... (more)
Ferromex 4668 gets assistance from a crewman as it backs up to a string of freight cars in the 36th Street Yard.
One of many former Missouri Pacific GP15-1's in UP's service, this 'baby tunnel motor', complete with rainbow lettering, waits for an assignment in the 36th Street Yard.
Originally built for the Missouri Pacific in 1976, this 'baby tunnel motor' GP15-1 can be found (along with many other GP15-1's) working the UP's North and 36th Street yards in Denver.
UPY 647 muscles a string of containers through the 36th Street Yard.
This view catches a glimpse of the south half of the UP's 36th Street Yard in Denver.
The UP is upgrading their MP15 fleet and designating them 'N' models. The major element of the upgrade includes replacing the AR6 traction alternator with the AR10 and a ZTR Nexsys III microproce... (more)
UP 688 (GP38-2) has just dropped off a hopper and is ready to run the narrow alley back to the 36th Street Yard.
With only minutes of sunlight left, UP 3827 (SD70M) gets positioned in the 36th Street Yard.
A string of UP heavies, lead by UP 4787 (SD70M) take up positions in the 6th Street Yard.
The remote control operators make sure no cars are passing by as UP 688 (GP38-2) leaves the narrow confines of an alley.
UP 5744 (AC4400CW-CTE) shares the 36th Street Yard with UPY 661 (GP15-1).