Here is a scene that has changed dramatically over the past 15 years. Most (if not all) of the Union Pacific trackage in this area has been relocated, and light rail now serves this end of the for... (more)
While the E-unit is turned a Railfanette waits for her shot.
A Union Pacific Railroad billboard along U.S. Highway 89 in Utah promotes the company's locomotive prowess. June 23, 1976
Amtrak Train #3 sits in Kansas City Union Station in Track 29 awaiting the highball as a quick inch of fresh snow falls on downtown KC.
The union makes the force: The former Canadian who now work in the FCAB, commanding a long train of Bolivia warehouses, go through what remains of the "Union Station", vestiges of a glorious past ... (more)
Spokane, Portland and Seattle No. 700 was the star of National Train Day in Portland, Ore. on Saturday, May 11. Hundreds of people lined up throughout the afternoon to see inside the cab of... (more)
The UP markings still remain on former UP boxcar No. 181483 at Kimball, NE on Sept. 9, 2000. The car had been removed from it's trucks and placed on the ground, to serve as a storage shed for a f... (more)
This nostalgic UP shield is starting to show its age as it’s still in the original paint applied to it by the Pacific Car & Foundry back in September of 1980. While this logo was once a smooth re... (more)
Ogden Union Station decked out for the holidays.
Amtrak's #3, the Southwest Chief, pauses at Union Station in Kansas City for a fresh crew and a smoke break before heading to BNSF's Argentine Yard to be refueled for the trip west.
Snow and ice During a crew change at Sharon Springs, Kansas, Union Pacific’s rotary snowplow No. 900082 gets serviced and cleaned off of accumulated snow and ice. Trains have been stran... (more)
Travel by Train Looking like a scene from the days before Amtrak, Union Pacific's annual Cheyenne Frontier Days train lays over at Union Station in Denver on July 16, 1998. This station... (more)
URR 26 sits outside the Hall shops after receiving some work.
A Union Pacific logo adorns the stack of a piece of MOW equipment that planes the top of a railroad tie for the tie plate to sit. Photo taken in Altoona, WI.