UP 1019 was built in 1989 as a GP60 for the St. Louis Southwestern (Cotton Belt). It now runs in Armour Yellow and is seen here waiting for an assignment in the Union Pacific's North Yard in Denv... (more)
UP 1019 (ex Cotton Belt GP60) waits for the chance to shuffle cars in the Union Pacific's North Yard.
The Potash Local heads westbound with empty hopper cars for Intrepid Potash.
Potash local with leading UP 1019 (GP 60) nearing the end of the Cane Creek Branch.
The Westbound Potash Local heads through Bootlegger Canyon on the Cane Creek Branch. Corona Arch is seen in the background.
Union Pacific's 'Potash Local' rolls west along the scenic D&RGW in eastern Utah.
The Tuesday only Eastbound run of the Montrose Local heads down the N. Fork branch at Whitewater siding. The train is following along the Gunnison River with Mt. Garfield and the Book Cliffs in th... (more)
The UP Potash local passes some through some rugged terrain as it approaches its namesake industry.
The slickrock environment of the Kane Creek Subdivision means that washouts and sand dunes are a regular occurrence. Due to flash floods a few weeks previous, the Potash Local was under a slow ord... (more)
Once-a-week potash local at Corona Arch.
Potash Local returns to Grand Junction.
Union Pacific's Potash local rolls down the Cane Creek Branch while outdoor enthusiast prepare for an afternoon of fun in the sun
This retired switcher (former CGW 18) awaits a new life working for a shortline.