And with the stroke of a pen 150 years ago this month the Union Pacific was created. While the slogans alongside its name may have changed, the iconic shield still remains the same. Here’s to an... (more)
Gateway to SODO: A northbound Link train glides into the station in Seattle's industrial SODO district on an overcast summer evening. The arch spanning the station entrance is a sculpture ... (more)
For many years, the Union Pacific Railroad placed catchy slogans along the sides of its cabooses. Here a CA11 model invites trucking companies to ship by rail. The 25821 was built new for the UP i... (more)
Union Station's ADA compliant Public Information Display is about twice as big as the LED board it replaced. Note the gaping holes in the ceiling caused by the earthquake on 8/23/11. Ongoing fal... (more)
Originally built in 1930, the Union Pacific Depot in Greeley still stands to this day in great shape. Many passenger trains have served here over the years. Amtrak's San Francisco Zephyr served th... (more)
Amtrak train #303 passes the old Union Electric Light and Power Company's Power Plant along the Mississippi River in St. Louis,MO as it detours on TRRA's High Line. 2/28/10
Union Pacific Sobers up for another year.
Union Pacific shield on rear platform of the Cheyenne car in Yermo.
Completed in 1887, the imposing Union Pacific passenger station looms large in Cheyenne, Wyoming's downtown in October 1958. The station is built from blocks of sandstone quarried and transported... (more)
HLCX 5982 close-up view from running board. Ex UP engine, nee CNW.
In a series of westbounds on the BNSF St. Paul Sub., BNSF 4327 passes Union Junction where a cut-off track connects this subdivision with the BNSF Midway Sub./MNNR Midway Yard.
Sitting under a tree, watching time pass by, UP 4014 has people from near and far to come see it. UP 4014 is one of eight surviving UP Big Boys on display across the world. This beautiful machine ... (more)
UP Steam Conductor Jim Coker's blue flag tag hanging in the cab. Shot on black and white print film.
The Jimmy Buffett song "Fins" comes to mind in this view of Ogden station as it appeared in September, 1957.
The top of the former UP station still shines bright every evening with Union Pacific neon.