Two crew from UP 844 grease the huge drive wheels prior to heading back to the Cheyenne, Wyoming for Frontier Days
The UP 36th Street Yard is flush with power on this day. Usually one can find two or four units but today there was a mix of light and heavy power waiting for work.
UPY 613 (GP15-1) works the noticeable hump in the 36th Street Yard.
Union Pacific Brothers in Arms - 2413 (SD60M) and 801 (GP38-2) pose for a family picture in the setting sun.
GATX 2679 and UP teammate wait their turn to shuffle freight cars in the 36th Street Yard.
Synchronized freight car shuffling is about to get into full swing at the 36th Street Yard as a couple of GP15-1's (UPY 681 and 570) jockey for position.
GMTX 2688 and other UP power sit at the entrance to the 36th Street Yard while workers continue to build the light rail line that will parallel the tracks.
A trio of Geeps were waiting in the 36th Street Yard for an assignment. The colorful maroon Helms Financial HLCX schemes really stand out.
A weary UP 695(GP38-2) runs solo in the 36th Street Yard
The UP yard crew gets ready to shunt a string of tank cars in the 36th Street yard
UPY 1324 (MP15DC) sits solo in the 36th Street Yard and receives minor maintenance.
Remote control equipped engines wait in UP's 36th Street Yard for the call to action.
Driver 8 rarely takes a break during Wyoming’s Cheyenne Frontier Days. UP 844 gives off steam and a loud whistle and heads off into an early morning sunrise, taking passengers from Denver to Chey... (more)
Over 30 year old, UPY 661 is still active in the 36th Street Yard in Denver
3 Geeps stand in formation in the 36th Street Yard - HLCX 1089 (GP38M-2), GMTX 2678 (GP38-2) and UP 700 (GP15-1)