This quartet of brand new locomotives leads this California bound stack train. (7819, 7820, 7821, 7822)
The inaugural run of this MoPac Heritage Unit finds itself on the point along with WP 1983 of an employee special out of Omaha, NB to Las Vegas
The Valley yard local, working this day with a visitor from the east.
This westbound manifest is passing over the old Los Angeles Highway, on its way to West Colton California
This westbound coal train is heading towards it final destination, Victorville, Ca
The sun is starting to set on this westbound coal train
With the Seven Hills area of Henderson framing the background, this long coal train is doing its best to muster up 10mph climbing the grade from Sloan to Erie.
Passing UP's historical marker near MP 305 on the former LA&SL line, this eastbound train has about another forty five minutes before it reaches Vegas and its crew change point.
This is a westbound train of Tri Level autoracks.
This is a westbound stacktrain rounding the mountain at Sloan, is powered by four brand new GE units, 2 on the point and 2 as DPU's.
This is a eastbound stacktrain rounding the mountain at Sloan
With what has to be one of the smelliest jobs on the railroad, this switchman is riding a string of empty UP livestock (hogs) cars back to the yard from the nearby Farmer John slaughter house
This westbound stacker is heading for Long Beach, Ca.
This eastbound pipe train, is heading for Wyoming.
This UP heritage unit sits with the rest of its consist at the west end of the yard.