UP 1996 is on train KG2LBD-29 For some reason UP detoured the train on the mainline instead of the BNSF transcon.
After waiting for about 45 mins to a half an hour UP 5982 gets moving again.Been waiting to get a shot like this for a long time.
The Westbound KG1LA train rounds the corner and heads west in the rain.
A Eastbound mix train led by UP 4967, this unit has a K5LA horn.
As the new cut over is taking shape the 7880 goes through the Form B limits the day is about half over for the MOW crew and the day is just half over for the crew on this long pool.
2 SD70M's, 1 SD60 and a SD70ACe make up this all EMD consist.
An coal empty with UP 2882 (a patched Rio Grande SD40T-2R) second in consist.
A neat looking old truck makes for a nice outline as this westbound freight train starts into Ogden.
An old chevy pickup sits rusting away in a field as an eastbound coal load starts it's decent toward the High Bridge west of Boone.
Equipment needed to make and bail hay is parked for the wet day as a K-Line stack train heads east near Ogden.
Westbound PRCB creeps west while others work away bailing hay west of Ogden, IA.
West of Ogden a stacker creeps along on main 2 as the traffic jam ahead tries to move west.
Three New GEVO's, (C45ACCTE), are Westbound on their first revenue run. UP5491, UP5488, and UP5485, all wearing the yellow sill stripe.