Union Pacific's Chevron local has shed it regular combination of A GP15 and GP38. For a pure lash-up of GP15-1's 661 and 573.
UPY 661 and 578 are in charge of the Chevron local. They have just finished up at the Chevron refinery. And will soon back into Flying J.
UPY 661 and 578 work the Chevron local on the north end of Salt Lake City. The red rock background is the Hughes Rock Quarry. If you squint hard enough, maybe you can picture these two units weari... (more)
Union Pacific Chevron local, is working the Chevron Refinery. One of the diminishing GP15-1 661, is with GP38-2 578.
Geep 661 waits for orders in the 36th Street Yard.
The crew of UP 695 (GP38-2) passes UPY 661 (GP15-1) as they head for another string of cars in the 36th Street Yard
One of many former Missouri Pacific GP15-1's in UP's service, this 'baby tunnel motor', complete with rainbow lettering, waits for an assignment in the 36th Street Yard.
A trio of UP GP15-1’s (all ex-Missouri Pacific engines) work the 36th Street Yard. You can often find a number of these 30+ year-old ‘baby tunnel motor’ engines working the North and 36th Street y... (more)
A UP remote control engineer brings his engine into the North Yard.
UPY 661 works the 36th Street Yard with other Geeps while the heavies wait for their assignments.
Two GP15-1's in fresh paint (both ex MP units) work the 36th Street Yard in Denver.
The 36th Street Yard hosts a variety of UP power
UPY and a distant cousin work the North Yard via remote control.
UPY 661 (GP15-1) shares the North Yard with other colorful GEEPS.
Over 30 year old, UPY 661 is still active in the 36th Street Yard in Denver