UPY 625 (GP15-1) holds the siding as BNSF 1700 (SD40-2) leads a sting of freight cars through UP's 36th Street Yard
BNSF 1961 (SD40-2) has just led 2854 (GP39-2) and a mixed freight through UP's 36th Street Yard on its way to the BNSF's Denver Yard.
The UP Geeps are busy working the 36th Street Yard. ‘Baby Tunnel Motors’ UPY 629 and UPY 625 (both GP15-1’s) team up with UP 1211 (GP39-2) and UP 553 (GP38-2) and sort freight cars. UP engines m... (more)
GATX 2120, paired with UPY 1295 (MP15DC), waits their turn while UP 695 sorts a small string of cars in the 36th Street Yard.
A golden sunset reflects off the Geeps parked for the night in the 36t Street Yard.
The UP uses a variety of light power in the 36th Street Yard, including GP15 and MP15DC units.
A mix of UP light and heavy power can be found in the 36th Street Yard
A remote control engineer performs a systems check before sending the pair into the 36th Street Yard.
A pair of HLCX GP38-2's pull a freight into the south entrance of the 36th Street Yard.
A gaggle of Geeps work the UP 36th Street Yard.
You can often find mixed pairs working the 36th Street Yard in Denver.
A pair of GP15-1's pull hard to move a string of freight out of the 36th Street Yard.
UP 7701 waits for the light power to assemble a mixed freight in the 36th Street Yard.
A couple 33 year old Geeps (UP 703 is a GP38-2 and UPY 661 is a GP15-1) are assigned to the 36th Street Yard.
A Union Pacific train passes through the 36th Street Yard as the sun sets over the mountains.