UP 6545 along with SP 116 lead a coal load at Greenland, CO. Nov 23, 2003.
Heading west along the shores of San Pablo Bay, a westbound UP auto train winds through the curves at Pinole on a fine afternoon.
This westbound UP rack train skirts the shores of San Pablo Bay on a terrific afternoon at Pinole along the Cal-P main!
A winged GE veteran leads CSUX coal loads south through Larkspur. Usually Union Pacific will run 3 mid-train helpers, but they went BNSF-style with this one: two up front and two on the rear.
Hazmat work still to be done, UP 6545 and 6715 will wait a while to get back on the rails.
The smell of #2 diesel still in the air, UP 6545 and 6715 await heavy-duty cranes to get them back on the rails.
In the first rays of sunlight, coal empties head west back to the mines on a frigid morning.
It's 5ºF as the sun begins to rise over the mountains. UP 6545 west leads another train of empties back to the mines.