UP #1900 still in Rio Grande paint works the local job out of Mount Pleasant, TX on a nice clear night.
While Rio Grande spreader AX-41 waits on the main line at Pinecliffe, Colorado, on March 21, 2003, a Union Pacific front-end loader clears snow on the siding on both sides of the Highway 72 grade ... (more)
Grande Reflections: Union Pacific's 40 local out of Mount Pleasant shoves a cut of cars back into one of the yard tracks. The lead GP60, one of three delivered in D&RGW paint from a 1990 Co... (more)
One of two remaining GP60s painted in Rio Grande paint, GP60 #1900 serves the Mount Pleasant to Texarkana local in far northeast Texas. Built for a May 1990 order for the Cotton Belt, D&RGW reciev... (more)
A couple of rare locomotives inhabit the small Mount Pleasant Yard on a beautiful sping afternoon: In the far left frame, a bright green SW600 rests as it awaits shipment via the Blacklands Railro... (more)
The Rio Grande Ski Train of March 2, 2002, has some “heritage” leading as it approaches Tunnel 1 east of Plainview, Colorado. Union Pacific EMD GP60 No. 1900, the former Rio Grande No. 3154, takes... (more)
UP's Madison Job dropping cars for National Steel.
Former DRGW 3154 keeps company with UPY 617 as they rest in the UP Great Southwest Yard.
Power for UPs YMA53 job rest at the former CNW Madison Yard.A truly rare bird is assigned to this job,UP #1900 is the last of the 3 DRGW GP-60s in original paint.#1900 was built by EMD in May1990 ... (more)
Now this is cool!
With the sun moving toward the western horizon, the Rocky Local returns eastbound rather late (near 7pm) on this the first day of May.