Three US flagged UP heavies bring a string of coal cars into the 36th Street Yard.
A mix of power (GP15-1, GP38-2 and MP15DC) works the 36th Street Yard shuffling freight.
UP big muscle 7052 passes the 36th Street Yard worker 801 on its way to pick up a string of freight.
UPY 661 (tunnel motor GP15-1) sits in the 36th Street Yard as 695 shuffles freight.
UP geeps stand at the ready in the 36th Street Yard.
This Shuttlewagon is used to shuffle grain cars to the Purina Dog Chow factory in Denver, operating off a spur from the Union Pacific's 36th Street Yard.
UPY 681 makes smoke pulling some cars out of the 36th Street Yard in Denver
Here's a shot of the NY Transit Authority's Heritage fleet. The 36th street yard in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The yard is primarily for diesel and electric maintenance-of-way and other rolling stock.... (more)
A couple of GP38-2’s wait for orders at the 36th Street Yard as a steel train enters from the south.
UP 2528 (GP38-2) spends the morning sorting freight cars to and fro at the 36th Street Yard in Denver.
UPY 1324 is done for the day as the crew guides her to the siding in front of the 36th Streeet Yard office. The crewman with the blue box is controlling the engine speed.
A matched set - UPY 1324 and UPY 1321 (both MP15DC’s) team up with a GATX engine to work the UP 36th Street Yard in Denver.
The UP engines working the 36th Street Yard in Denver are controlled by these remote boxes, which activate all engine functions including power settings, lights, horns, and direction.
HLCX 1068 and partner UP 688 (both GP38-2's) wait in the 36th Street Yard for the call to duty.
UP 801 (GP38-2) makes smoke wtih UPY 1324 (MP15DC) and HLCX 1056 (GP38-2) as they sort cars in the UP 36th Street Yard