Urban railroading in the Treasure Valley. The old UP Boise Cutoff that once hosted at least two passenger trains per day, but now all that remains (for now) is this typically 15-20 car local, loco... (more)
In the path of totality, UP 3831 waits to shove a work train back at around 11:30 AM.
The second section of the Wilder Local switches an industry. The first section of the local derailed a few miles down the line, so 3525 was sent down to finish the first section's switching. Photo... (more)
UP 8217 (GE ES44AC) pushes its stack train into the setting sun at Mountain Home, ID.
SP's RVSNQ is reflected in a flooded field near Springville on April 16, 1994.
The Union Pacific 150 years museum train is seen on display at Boise depot.
Westbound unit grain train with an almost solid string of TLCX (Transport Leasing--Pullman) grain hoppers heading up Medbury Hill near the summit, 1 mile east of Reverse.
A UP merchandise train comes to a temporary halt to allow another train to enter the yard as dozens of SD40-2s await the call to return to service.
A pair of WAMX GP38-3's switches Boise Valley traffic in Union Pacific's Nampa yard while a UP SD70M shuffles intermodal flats.
Boise Valley Railroad 3525 is seen at Nampa, Idaho having arrived from Boise on the former UP branch - 15/09/2010
The east end of photo ID # 334276, the two SW1500s in the deadline can be seen.
An exCSXT exxC&O geep, along with a GP35 pulls its haul for the day into UP's Nampa Yard. The BVRR took over operations on UP's Boise cut-off late last year. The paint scheme is inspired by the ... (more)
An SD40-2 leads up the massive 2+ mile long line of stored power at Nampa. Models stored are SD40-2, SD50, SD60, SD60M, C40-8, C40-8W, and a pair of SW1500 switchers.