Union Pacific train LOA32 (the "Marlboro") heads east down Santa Ana Street in Anaheim, approaching the Anaheim Boulevard intersection. This was the location, on the right, of the South... (more)
LOH42 shoves down the Flour Lead with a pair of ex-SSW geeps for power.
Union Pacific train LOA32 (the "Marlboro") runs down Olive Street in downtown Anaheim as it makes its way to the city of Santa Ana. A pair of UP Geeps, GP40-2 1400 (ex-Cotton Belt 7645)... (more)
Passing through the intersection of Santa Ana and Lemon Streets in downtown Anaheim is a Union Pacific train, LOA32 (the "Marlboro") headed to the city of Santa Ana. UP GP40-2 1400 (ex-... (more)
Union Pacific GP40-2 1400 is the former Cotton Belt 7645. (Anaheim, California – June 6, 2020)
A Union Pacific GP40-2 and GP60 wait out the evening in Oxnard Yard. This set is used to power the early morning Oxnard Local the serves the area's industrial base.
Belvidere to West Chicago local begins trip leaving Belvidere Yard.
Belvedere to West Chicago begins trip crossing State Street downtown Belvedere. Existing Light. Corrected Date.
One of the things that made the Union Pacific interesting in the 1960s and 70s was the diversity of locomotive types. At one time, UP management encouraged experimentation in new locomotive techno... (more)
UP 1400 (a patched Cotton Belt GP40-2) runs with auto traffic on Santa Ana Street in Anaheim, CA.
This patched Cotton Belt GP40 has been assigned to the Santa Ana Branch locals for several weeks. On duty on the MArlboro local, UP 1400 rolls down Olive Street in Anaheim, CA.
The Costas Mesa job waits for a Metrolink to pass at CP College. The UP local uses the Metrolink ( former ATSF ) rails to access the southern portion of the Santa Ana Branch to get to the LA Time... (more)