A DD35 sits next to some early UP high side coal gons, at Yermo, California. Basically two GP35's on a single frame, to get 5000 hp out of a single unit to meet UP's demands for high horsepower en... (more)
A nice A-B-A set of power leads an eastbound UP train out of UP's East LA yard and is passing Vail Ave the first crossing at grade east of the yard.
Rain is just starting to fall on June 22, 1965, as three units -- 15,000-hp -- roll Extra 79 West down Archer Hill toward a crew change in Cheyenne. The DD35’s represent one of those UP forays i... (more)
The unmistakable girth of an EMD DD35A looms above the east bay of the Provo car shop on May 28, 1977.
With Denver’s skyline and the front range of the Rockies in the background, DD35A 79 is accelerating at East 88th Avenue on April 16, 1966, on its way to Wyoming and points west. The train, Kans... (more)
DD35A 83 is still climbing March 19, 1966, at it leans to the curve at the east end of Hermosa and begins the approach to the twin bores at Hermosa Tunnel and the summit of Sherman Hill. Together ... (more)
Probably one of the least likely candidates for a switch engine works the afternoon shift at Provo Yard in August of 1977.
UP 70, a DD35A head up a freight getting ready to depart La Grande for points east. SD40-2 3070 is part of a helper set waiting its next assignment. During this period the UP offered competitive s... (more)
High horsepower EMDs (SDP35, DD35A) await a call out of Provo Yard on Jan. 16, 1977.
Union Pacific DD35A No. 76 and DD35 No. 95B await an assignment at Provo Yard on Feb. 5, 1977.
Another photo from a series of negatives taken around Provo and Salt Lake City on New Year's Eve, 1976. Two DD35 units are coupled up to a quartet of SD45s, serviced and ready to haul freight out ... (more)
A UP DD35 along with a WP GP35 and UP SD40-2 roll past a quonset hut at North Platte. Photo taken by Mark R. Lynn.
A 5000 hp DD35 sits coupled to an SD45. Photo taken by Russell Eslick.
A DD35 A and B combo run through Laramie, WY. Note the early PFE trailers directly behind the locomotives.
No photographer name on slide.
After meeting a westbound train in the siding at Tintic, the LAPC is back on the move approaching 6061 ft. Boulter Summit on Oct. 2, 1977.