A pair of SD40s and a DD35B (and another unit) wiggle into the yard tracks in Cheyenne under storm light.
World’s largest 0-8-4 Basking in the sun on the Cheyenne turntable is Union Pacific northern No. 838 with EMD SW10 No. 96. At this point in history on October 8, 2008, the 4-8-4 is mis... (more)
The first of three eastbound manifests that are tied down on Main 1 from Cheyenne to Borie, Wyoming can be seen patiently waiting for a new crew to take the train east to North Platte, Nebraska on... (more)
A day late for Christmas but on December 26,1965 Extra 72 West is still a surprise gift to the photographer, a rare 15,000-hp DD35A/GP30/GP30B/DD35 combination, as it pops out from under the C&S o... (more)
Coming down the original Sherman Hill main, Gas Turbine Electric (GTEL) 21 rolls the last miles toward Cheyenne. On the day after Christmas, 1965, UP’s motive power department has already made up ... (more)
Steam makes a pretty good smoke screen in the winter time making for poor visibility. 4020 is almost completely engulfed in steam as smoke exhaust rises very high.
A Big Boy pulls through a cut at Perkins, part of the new line. The new line was completed and opened on May 12, 1952.
A Big Boy pulling a string of reefers rolls through Harriman on the new line.
A Challenger runs up Sherman Hill through fields of grass.
A double header consisting of a Challenger and a Big Boy,
make a run for the hill. The first car has a wing load for an aircraft. Maybe some day we'll see something of the likes of this again.
Big Boy 4018 begins its decent downhill towards Sherman Hill.
Big Boys 4006 makes a run for Sherman hill.
Big Boys 4003 and 4012 double head over the new Harriman Line.
A Big Boy hauls a string of reefers over Sherman Hill.
There's plenty of smoke coming from this Big Boy as he leaves Cheyenne and makes a run for the hill.