GATX 2679 helps UPY 586 and the other UP engines sort cars in the 36th Street Yard.
Its a busy day in the 36th Street Yard as the Geeps sort freight.
A new pedestrian bridge has been erected over the UP's 36th Street Yard, providing a different perspective of the south half of the yard, which is the staging area for the UP power working on sort... (more)
A couple of remote control operators from the UP's 36th Street Yard head back to the operations shack on UPY 629 (GP15-1).
Under threatening skies UP 8070 (AC45CCTE) pulls a long line of autoracks into the 36th Street Yard in Denver.
UP 703 (former MoPac GP38-2) teams up with GATX 2117 and works the 36th Street Yard in Denver, which is next to the big Purina dog chow factory.
The crew of UP 801 makes a run past UPY 1295, a former Southern Pacific MP15DC.
The sun has just about set on UP 801 as it shuffles the last set of cars in the 36th Street Yard.
A morning visit to the 36th Street Yard in Denver finds a variety of UP power waiting for the day's orders.
It is late in the evening and sun has almost set on the UP's 36th Street Yard as the remote engineer of UPY 577 (GP15-1) brings out with one more string to sort.
UP 8074 (C45CCTE) leads a coal train into the 36th Street Yard where it will turn east and head to Kansas.
UPY 647 (GP15-1) brings a freight to the south end of the 36th Street Yard, where it will be dropped and picked up later by UP heavies.
A six-pack of UP light power sits under the pedestrian overpass that spans the 36th Street Yard. A great place to watch trains if your in the Denver area.
UP 1842 (former Southern Pacific GP40-2) waits in the UP's 36th Street Yard for an assignment while the remote operator of UP 712 (former Missouri Pacific GP38-2) pulls a double stack train out of... (more)
UP 1640 works a frozen 36th Street Yard in Denver.