UPY 577 (GP15-1) muscles a freight back into the North Yard while UP 8707 (SD70ACe) waits for the go signal to move a loaded coal train south towards the Joint Line.
UPY 577 GP15-1) and UP 1672 (SD40N) muscle a long, colorful freight which will then get broken apart and sorted into the North Yard.
The Geeps are working the 36th Street yard in near whiteout conditions thanks to a February blizzard that included 30 mph winds.
UPY 577 (GP15-1) works a cut of freight cars in the North Yard while UPY 629 is stuck in the middle of two strings
UP power from a selection of decades awaits its next assignment at the old Rio Grande North Yard near downtown Denver.
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An ex-MoPac GP15-1 built in December of 1976 shares yard duty with a former Rio Grande motor as they both take a break today at the UP’s 36th street yard.
UPY 577 (GP15-1) pulls a string of freight cars out of the 36th Street Yard, ready to begin humping them back into their assigned tracks.
Baby tunnel motor UPY 577 (GP15-1) takes a freight into the south entrance of the 36th Street Yard
The UP power that is often assigned to the 36th Street Yard tends to be reliable but older units like UPY 577 (GP15-1 built in 1976) and UP 1343 (GP40-2 built in 1974).
A mix of UP light and heavy power can be found in the 36th Street Yard
A pair of GP15-1's pull hard to move a string of freight out of the 36th Street Yard.
You can still find some old but reliable UP power working the 36th street yard in Denver, including this GP15-1.
A couple of geep units work the 36th Street Yard - UPY 577 (GP15-1) and GMTX 2678 (GP38-2).
UPY 577 working solo while sorting cars in the 36th Street Yard.