Beautiful SD-40-T2 at load train.
While going for a cab ride in UP 3416 over the Blue Mountains, we stopped in the siding to meet the eastbound Amtrak Pioneer. It was a beautiful day and a lot of fun to ride on this Intermodal hot... (more)
With storm clouds brewing, UP 700 (GP38-2) leads two other units into the North Yard
Former Trona Railway 6410, now owned by HLCX, will soon be leading UP 2905 eastbound out of the Tucson yard. There was no telling what unusual lease and pool power would show up on any given day ... (more)
A flawless St. Louis morning yields a trio of Union Pacific SD40 rebuilds swinging downhill around the elevated concrete railroad bridge toward Lesperance St with a long UP YSL53 20 on the drawbar... (more)
A rainbow greets SP snoot 8335 at it waits to depart west out of Tucson.
In Arvada, Colorado, a storm is moving in from the mountains on the morning of October 22, 2001, as a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight gets assistance going up the 2% grade up to the... (more)
A westbound ballast train for Grand Island, NE, heads thru California Junction in far western Iowa. This day in 2005, 3 SD40's power this ballast train from Janesville, WI. California Jct is where... (more)
A westbound BNSF Denver to Tacoma stack train rumbles through Lothrop, Montana, on the afternoon of September 23, 2006. The train is powered by a pair of EMD SD40-2s painted in Heritage I livery, ... (more)
A yard power set of two SD40N's and an SD70ACe pull a cut of autoracks down the west yard lead at UP's Global 3 Intermodal Terminal as they build an outbound train. Locomotives:UP 1923... (more)
Long nose "snoot" UP 3351 leads SD-45 CNW 6580, SD40-2 CNW 6872, and two more UP SD40-2s up Cajon Pass towards Sullivan's Curve with an eastbound intermodal hotshot.
Union Pacific 6900 Series Centennials DDA40X 6600hp. (6900-6946) built between 4/69 - 9/71. Equipped with two 16-645E3A Diesel Engines, Fuel tank 8200 Gals, (2) 4-axle "D" truck assemb... (more)
Five southbound Union Pacific SD40-2's at Idaho Falls, Idaho on July 18, 1984
The many SD´s imported to Brazil to supply traction at many RR Companies (metric or large gauge), photographed at Santos Harbour awaiting transfer to Progress Rail and rebuilt to all RR Co.
Santa Fe 5025, which has the long or commonly called "snoot" nose, pays a visit to the Phoenix diesel service. Photo taken with permission.