UP 5780, 6571, & 4729 power a westbound stack train.
The lead CTE on an eastbound UP manifest show signs of engine fire as it passes the rugged environs at Celilo.
UP 5780 leads an empty coal train under the endangered CNW signal bridge at Nelson. In the background you can see the Nelson coaling tower, long out of use but still in place. For now.
Near Redlands on the Union Pacific's Yuma Sub, a westbound intermodal train with a dirty C44ACTE on the point exits San Timoteo Canyon and will soon be entering the Los Angeles basin.
Nearing Ordway on UP's Yuma Sub, 5780 west eases it's long stack train down San Timoteo Canyon.
UP 5780 west leads a long APL stack train downgrade between El Casco and Ordway.
UP 5780 leads 3 END's on this westbound stack train bound for the Los Angeles Harbor.
A lean-over-the-top-of-the-fence shot of the head end of an eastbound at the mouth of the Deschutes River.
Maintenance of way is on the siding at Walong as UP 5780 leads an empty NB manifest down the loop. This would be the last train down for over an hour as MoW worked on the north switch.
5780 south exits tunnel 3 in style
Blasting through the Burbank station (and it was a single locomotive with 20 cars)