A freshly painted UP 6900, sporting UP's new paint scheme, leads a loaded rail train up the Palmer Divide towards the summit at Palmer Lake.
This is how you welcome people! Since Union Pacific Railroad 6900 (DD40X, EMD) and 4023 (4-8-8-4, Alco) were relocated to the new City of Omaha Kenefick Park in 2005, the "Welcome To Omaha"... (more)
Upon entering Nebraska out of Iowa it's practically impossible to miss this Centennial and the massive UP Bigboy that sit high up on the bluff in Kenefick Park overlooking Interstate 80.
The class unit herself 6900 with different font numbers, the first of 45 Centennials, has left Cheyenne and climbs eastward up Archer Hill, a favorite photo location on the elevated curve.
A Weston bound loaded coal train slowly works its way up the number 1 main track towards Butler.
AC60CW with road# of retired DD40X
A hot eastbound piggy back train is seen charging through the cut at the west end of Cajon Summit. The 6900 was the class leader.
UP #6900 has arrived in Salt Lake City with Ross Rowland's "Gold Spike Limited" on the morning of May 10th, 1969. The #6900 has cut off from it's train and 4-8-4 #8444 will take that train to Ogde... (more)
One of the neatest railroad displays in the US greats motorists entering Nebraska from Iowa on I-80 in Omaha. Centennial 6900 and Big Boy 4023 are high on a bluff above the freeway welcoming trave... (more)
Former Union Pacific Chairman and CEO John C. Kenefick and wife Hani stand beside the UP Centennial 6900 as it takes a break from its move to its new home at Kenefick Park.
UP Centennial 6900 inches through south Omaha on its way to its new home at Kenefick Park.
UP 6900 (retired) is spotted on temporary track East of the Amtrak Station. Within a couple hours, crews were already on location be begin lifting the locomotive for street movement in a few week... (more)
UP 6900 has just been repainted and is awaiting being moved to the new display at the new Kenefick Park in Omaha Nebraska.
UP 6900 (retired) being taken back to the South Yard after dropping off the passenger cars.
This one (6900) is the first DD40X made for the Union Pacific