I guess blondes do have more fun! Casa Grande local crew discussing how they're going to switch a cut of cars.
A UP SW1500 starts a mile long line of stored locomotives at the yard in Nampa. More signs of a struggling economy.
UPY 1064 starts the second row of stored locomotives in Nampa.
An eastbound stacktrain roars through the grade crossing on a hazy late afternoon day at Cowtown.
Westbound in the hole at Picacho.
A switch crewmember hitches a ride on a slug at Barstow.
A few years ago it was mostly SD40-2s. Now it's mostly Dash 8s. I think we're gonna see some of first wide cabs go to the scrapper soon!
The strangest unpatched patched up SP unit i ever saw.
Manifest climbs the loop at Walong
Two of three SD39 and slug sets working the yard
Two UP business cars at the end of a stacktrain on an inspection tour.
Shot of Barstow from the East.
Don't really know what to say about that paint job. Looks like it plowed through a wall of grey paint cans!
An Eastbound with two GE convertibles and a rare C36-7 at Shawmut summit.
A retired SP TEBU sits on a spur in the Tuscon yard