Union Pacific substitute power leads Amtrak's California Zephyr on Rio Grande rails in Utah's Happy Valley on July 21, 1990.
Mid-car America has been fixing up locomotives in the Kansa city area since 1978. Today a good variety of class I and leased power reside at their shops in a plethora of paint schemes.
A GE C40-8, borrowed from the Union Pacific, pulls a 16 car California Zephyr east through the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon on July 21, 1990.
One of the several reactivated UP standard cab Dash 8's that has went through Mid America Car in Kansas City is ready to go and is waiting to be picked up by the KCS for interchange back to the Un... (more)
A Union Pacific C40-8 leads Amtrak's California Zephyr east through Spanish Fork Canyon on July 21, 1990.
With snow on the ground, an OAAP6 out of the Port of Oakland approaches the west portal of Spring Garden tunnel.
An eastbound APL stack train skirts a slide fence as it hugs the cliff through treacherous Serpentine Canyon.
Only a few minutes out of Portola, UP 9220 East, an APL double-stack train headed for Chicago, negotiates a landscape covered in deep snow.
A CSX military train passes the old tunnel at Whiteside, hauling a solid string of flatbed trailers for transporting armored tanks.
Eastbound UP 9220, with three NS locomotives following, approaches Hodge on the Cajon Sub just east of the Indian Trail grade crossing.