A Union Pacific coal train utilizes trackage rights over BNSF's Crawford Hill. Here, the train is descending down the grade, almost at the bottom.
UP 2567 & BNSF 9541 lead westbound empties on the Marysville sub.
As the sun peeks above the horizon the mountains and desert above Mojave are a glow in the dawn of a new day. All the while the all to familiar sound of heavy dynamics simultaneously greets the da... (more)
Climbing Tehachapi Pass and exiting Tunnel 1 above Caliente, California, is a southbound Union Pacific manifest freight led by new GE ET44AC No. 2576 on February 27, 2016.
A westbound Z train and the DPU of an eastbound coal train pass each other in North Platte, Nebraska.
The Malad Local seemingly roars to life in the green fields of Tremonton on May 23, 2000.
A view from the conductor's seat: UP 2576 leads the Cache Valley Local into Logan Yard on Sept. 7, 1999. The train won't be stopping here as they have two covered hoppers for IFA in Lewiston, not ... (more)
UP 2576 leads an eastbound autorack train.
A southbound Union Pacific manifest freight curves out of Tunnel 1 above Caliente, California, while climbing Tehachapi Pass after winter rains have greened up the mountains nicely on February 27,... (more)
Union Pacific's 'Short Line Transfer' has just completed it's journey from Roper to North Yard in downtown Salt Lake City. Utah's State Capitol looms on aptly named 'Capitol Hill' to the east. Thi... (more)
Pictured amid some fabulous storm lighting, UP's Short Line Transfer heads north a few blocks from it's destination at North Yard in downtown Salt Lake City. The nick name 'Short Line Transfer' da... (more)
With six empties in tow, UP's Cache Valley Local heads south across a four bent wooden trestle on the return to Logan yard.
The Cache Valley Local passes milepost 10 on the return trip to Logan from Cache Junction.
UP's Cache Valley Local heads south through Wellsville cut with seven cars for Logan.
UP's Cache Valley Local switches at the south end of the yard at Cache Junction.