UP/D&RGW/DSP&P and CC opend this depot in 1880. This was the street side in 1977.
Retired DD40X No. 6938 makes a wonderful display outside of the Jenks Locomotive Shop in North Little Rock. The Union Pacific rostered 47 of these massive machines, which measure in at 98 feet lon... (more)
Fresh out of the paint shop are SD70's 4140 and 4228 sitting outside the UP Jenks shops.
The New Orleans Amtrak station on an early foggy morning.
Fresh out of the paint shop and sporting it's new "BABY WINGS" is SD40N 1812 next to the older more "Mature Wing" SD70M UP 4288 at the Jenks shop on a beautiful January afterno... (more)
Dawn provides a colorful sky as a new day breaks over the UP's North Yard. In February of next year the light maintenance and repairs that happen at the North Yard will be moved to Nebraska and Ar... (more)
Under watchful eyes, an Amtrak crewman gets ready to disconnect the orange colored American Railway Explorer (PPCX 800165) "Kansas" observation car. Once this is complete, the evening C... (more)
While not necessarily comparable to today's special vista dome Amtrak cars with the seamless curved glass windows, this 1948 dome feature was billed as "The Most Thrilling Innovation in Trave... (more)
The evening California Zephyr Amtrak brought with it the private observation California Zephyr dome car CBQ 377, named the 'Silver Solarium'. It was quite a sight to see the gleaming boat tail be... (more)
Union Pacific's Salt Lake City Diesel Shop, which opened in 1955, employed 500 workers during its peak in the 1970s. The shop was sold to the Utah Transit Authority in 2003, and renamed the Warm S... (more)
The Overland Route Named the Harriman Shield in honor of E.H. Harriman who gained control of the railroad in 1897, this particular design first hit the rails in 1904 and then made a reappe... (more)
Not quite sure what happened to UP 7104, but by the looks of it, it cannot be good.
Chicago's Union Station
Work began on this station in 1913 followed by its opening twelve years later on May 16, 1925. It was built by the Chicago Union Station Company which was formed ... (more)
Several locomotives await work at just outside Union Pacific’s Omaha Shops in June 1981, including GP9s Nos. 269 and 150. Behind them is the 1,007 by 150-foot main shop building. This entire 100-a... (more)