A quintet of UP U30Cs departs Portola with an eastbound WP manifest headed for Salt Lake.
On a beautiful June morning, five UP U30Cs lead a WP manifest eastward around the Williams Loop.
Early on a beautiful summer's morning, five UP U30Cs lead an eastbound WP freight along the Middle Fork of the Feather River.
A meet at Granger , WY between an ore train and a reefer train. Photo part of my collection but no photographer name listed on slide.
The new crew of this eastbound WP manifest inspects its power in the yard before boarding.
UP 2846 East departs WP's Portola Yard. The conductor will throw a switch to allow the eastbound to get onto the main line.
Very early in the morning in June 1974, a quintet of UP GE U30Cs power a WP manifest eastward around remote Williams Loop, the "top" of which can be seen at left.
The sun is about to set, as the UP 2846 leads the SJRV along San Pablo Bay on the UP's Cal-P line.
With ex-SP Tunnel Motor GECX 8352 on the second unit.
The MSJRV prepares to leave the Newhall Yard under threatening skies. UP tunnel motor #2846 is leading, and trailing is LTEX #4912 and UP #3558.
Union Pacific's Santa Cruz Local is seen here, shortly after departing Watsonville, the beginning of a 12(ish) hour trip. Nikon D70, 70-200mm. www.bayarearailroading.com
Union Pacific's Santa Cruz Local is seen here passing one of the many beaches that are along the route. This is probably the clearest Ocean water I have seen in CA. Nikon D70, 18-70mm. www.bayarea... (more)
Union Pacific's Santa Cruz Local is seen here passing on one of the many bridges along the line, this one was in Capitola. Nikon D70, 18-70mm. www.bayarearailroading.com
UP Tunnelmotor leading a local at Weatherby