There is always something unique to see in the UP North Yard, including UP 1349, a former Denver & Rio Grande Railroad GP40-2.
The UP's North Yard is hopping on this day, with no less than 47 engines visible in this pic, including former Denver & Rio Grande Western UP 1349 (GP40-2) and on the right UP 8963 (SD70AH) backin... (more)
Three former DRGW GP40-2's (note blanked-off nose light) lash up to a freight in the Denver North Yard.
The sprits of the Denver & Rio Grande Western were smiling on this day as three former DRGW GP40-2's (UP 1349, 1348 and 1359) take a freight out of the North Yard, heading south to the Joint Line.
UP 1349 (Ex DRGW GP40-2) leads a mixed freight over the South Platte River and onto the Joint Line.
UP's Potash local cutting through the Colorado River Canyon on the approach to Potash.
As the Potash Local exits Bootlegger Canyon it meets up with the Colorado River and Hwy 279 for the last few miles to Potash.
The Potash Local splits the red rock just just a few miles north of Moab as it descends down towards Bootlegger Tunnel.
The Potash Local is seen getting on the Cane Creek Branch at Brendel.
The UP South Local, heads south on the Joint Line, with the Denver cityscape in the background. (Thank you to Chip S. for acting as tour guide this day.)
The UP West Local heading out to do its evening work. (Thank you to Chip S. for acting as tour guide this day.)
UP 1349, a GP40-2 and former DRGW power, sits in the UP North Yard among some heavies that have just pulled into the servicing area adjacent to the sand towers.
After picking up 1 car out of the Rocky house track the Wednesday West Local climbs the grade to Tunnel 1 headed to Plainview to grab 1 or 2 more before heading back home.
Union Pacific has assembled their train and is ready to head south after the paperwork is completed.