UP 703 (GP38-2) drops off a container train in the south end of the 36th Street Yard. Later a pair of UP heavies will lash up and take it out of the yard to the north.
the remote control crew of UP 703 (Ex Missouri Pacific GP38-2) repositions in the 36th Street Yard.
Of the light power spotted in the UP's north yard on this cold and snowy day, UP 703 is an ex Missouri Pacific GP38-2 and UP 1616, 1653 and 1883 are all SD40-2's.
UP 703 (GP38-2) and UP 1616 (SD40-2) work the North Yard shuffling freight cars in the snow.
UP 703 (former Missouri Pacific GP38-2) heads back to the 36th Street Yard after dropping off a long double stack train. A pair of heavies will later take the train out of Denver.
UP 703, a former Missouri Pacific GP38-2, pulls a cut of cars out of the 36th Street Yard for sorting.
UP 703, a former Missouri Pacific GP38-2, gets repositioned in the North Yard to grab another cut of cars for sorting.
UP 703 (former MoPac GP38-2) teams up with GATX 2117 and works the 36th Street Yard in Denver, which is next to the big Purina dog chow factory.
A variety of engines occupy the UP's North Yard in Denver, including UP 703, a former Missouri Pacific GP38-2.
UP 703 keeps a GATX unit company in the North Yard.
Geeps rule the North Yard on this day.
UP 703 struggles to move a heavy cut of cars into the North Yard for sorting.
UP 703 (former Missouri Pacific GP38-2) works on sorting a string of freight in the North Yard. UP heavy 6276 (AC4400CW) will soon be tasked with taking a freight south towards Denver.
UP 703 (GP38-2) pulls a string out of the North Yard and will spend the next 20 minutes sorting the cars on the various ladders.
The Foxes and the Hound. Railfanning is a bit easier with a good chase vehicle. On this day we caught up to UP 703 (GP38-2) and UP 3457, a snoot nose SD40-2 still sporting the 'We Will Deliver' ... (more)