A cement train approaches the Austin Amtrak Station
The Union Pacific Potash Local cruises along US191 southbound toward Moab and Potash. The once-a-week local travels along the Cane Creek branch through some of the most beautiful terrain in Utah.
Emerging from the bore in Bootlegger Canyon, the Potash Local rolls past the Corona Arch and its cathedral-like accompaniment of impressive rock formations on a sweltering Utah morning.
Nearing its destination, UP's Potash Local trundles along the Cane Creek Branch under the imposing yet intricate geological formations along the Colorado River near Moab.
A pair of SD70Ms roll southbound in the intense mid-day heat tackling one of the grades on the Cane Creek Branch on their way to work Intrepid Potash before returning to Grand Junction. A sharp ey... (more)
UP's Potash Local rolls south along the Moab Fault, a geological fracture surrounded by intricate layers of sandstone including the fossil rich Morrison Formation here near Canyonlands and Moab Gi... (more)
Union Pacific's Potash Local from Grand Junction to Moab and return slides underneath the Corona Arch on their way back to Grand Junction.
A little treat after work. As I went across the crossing, I saw head lights. A quick U turn, and some fast moving. I was able to get parked, and sprint to get a shot. Fortunately he was going slow... (more)
A UP train crawls through the streets of downtown Shakopee.
A crew member of a snow removal train looks on as an UP westbound, and Amtrak #6 meet at Truckee, CA. After these two trains pass the flanger set will take over the main line and work west.
entering canyon,next to old rail road tunnel eastbound unit train