The longer the train, the more these curves get accentuated. This ISCLB was a good 10k+ feet, and with a good TOB ratio, is making a quicker descent of Cima Hill than your ordinary freight.
UP 5216, 5126, and 3847 lead a westbound stack train over the flyover at Frost. All three of these SD70Ms have a different variation of the current scheme on their long hoods.
On Oct. 1, 2015, Union Pacific's Warner Local requested a signal to make a switch move on Main 2 at Center Garfield on the Lynndyl Subdivision. Dispatcher 5 told him to wait for the passage of one... (more)
This fellow is having no trouble making track speed with plenty of power and just a handful of cars.
At the top end of North Yard in Salt Lake City, UP SD70M #5216 awaits it's next assignment east out of town on the Salt Lake City to Pocatello, ID manifest. Due to extreme tagging along the hood, ... (more)
No more flag ...
The first train of the morning rolls through Marcel, having just come out of the loop. To the left is UP MOW crews waiting for the train to clear to begin another un pleasent work window.