Sitting at one of the tracks next to the old roundhouse. This unit was reborn in 1972 after many years of service as an F-7, ATSF 235, to continue a couple more decades of service.
Westbound passing Sloan Mountain, used for local aggregate for many years.
Westbound manifest through the "S" curve at Jean. Second unit today is the DRGW heritage unit
Eastbound stacker passing UP's southern most customer along its line in Nevada, Letica corporation, makers of plastic buckets etc. In the background is the Gold Strike Hotel and Casino.
Eastbound stacker moving its way up the "S" curve at Jean.
At first glance, I thought "no way"...one locomotive to pull stacker up Sloan Canyon and then Cima Hill?? But tucked back about 2/3 of the way back hidden behind some double stacks is a second uni... (more)
Eastbound stacker about 10 minutes away from crew change at Needles, Ca.
This lead unit is only 3 years old at the time of the photo, seen here leading a westbound Santa Fe hotshot
Rerouted priority intermodal (Z train) seen here heading east, with its final destination of Chicago, Illinois.
This train, made up mostly of APL containers is heading eastbound, at just over a mile in length at 5840 feet...it can be seen in its entirety
This train, made up mostly of APL containers is heading eastbound
This rerouted "Z" train, normally runs along the former Southern Pacific Sunset Route, but today it just crested Apex and will snake its way through Garnet on its journey east.
Hard working trailing DPU, pushing this stacker past the old water tower.
Westbound stacker rounding the curve at Sloan.