Sand empties on UP train R-RGPDS head down the connection between Norma and Seeger to head northwesterly for Janesville and eventually Prairie Du Chien, WI.
UP 9448 leads a good amount of power south along the Milwaukee Subdivision as it nears the end of it's trip.
A winged dash-8 leads the Bensenville turn down the running track.
UP one-of-a-kind C41-8W, the only unit to get the flag and "building America" logo, passes on the WSOR headed to the UP system.
The skyline of Madison encroaches on what was once a 4-track right-of-way in the State Capital. UP rock loads pass the remote control switch that is the junction of the Madison and Prairie subs o... (more)
On the day Americans celebrate Veterans Day in 2007, the UP's one and only flag decorated C41-8W has the point on a loaded GREX rock train.
The flag unit leads the B train on the bridge over bubbling Turtle Creek. In 2002 #9448 was perhaps the only unit in this class of GE's that got the flag. If you want to see all five arches of t... (more)
WSOR handles UP rock loads out of Madison past the famous interlocking in the lake known as "MX". To the best of my knowledge, #9448 is the only C41-8W to get the flag decal in this order of lo... (more)
UP rock loads cross Military Rd. in Dane "guarded" by the anti-aircraft gun at the adjacent VFW Hall and a set of wig wags. I believe #9448 is the only C41-8W of this order by UP that got the fla... (more)