A variety of UP power, including Y613 (GP15-1), 688 (GP38-2), and 7145 (AC4410CW), sit in the 36th Street yard
Saddle Up! A crewmember boards UPY 629 (GP15-1) for a run in the yard.
There is a 30 year age difference between UP 7709 (ES44AC built in 2005) and UPY 1329 (MP15DC built in 1975).
A variety of UP power hosts a visiting FXE 4668 (ES44AC) in the 36th Street Yard.
Veteran unit UPY 1329 (MP15DC) teams with UP 358 (GP38-2) and gets ready to work the 36th Street Yard in Denver.
UPY 570 (GP15-1) works a string of freight at the 36th Street yard while UPY 1329 (MP15AC) sits solo on the sidelines.
UP 312 (GP38-2) leads UP 1517 (GP40M-2 in patched Cotton Belt markings) and UP 3416 (SD40-2R) to a string of freight cars waiting at the southern edge of the 36th Street Yard.
UPY 570 (GP15-1) breaks out of the morning shadows and heads to the 36th Street Yard with a load of coal cars. Great to see the 'old school' SP Cotton Belt in the mix.
UPY 577 (GP15-1) sits next to UP 5087 (SD70M) which is getting ready to head north into the 36th Street Yard.
UPY 629 (GP38-2) leads while shuffling cars in the 36th Street Yard in Denver
A new Evolution locomotive with the U.P. designation of C45ACCTE.
Evening switch crew works track 415 under full moon. 36th St. Yard uses remote controlled, no engineers, on switch jobs in 2004.