UP 6603 and 1117 show off their brand new paint jobs in the afternoon sun at the Jenks shops.
Great Western consolidation 60 gave up hauling sugar beets in 1965, and came east to the tourist hauling Black River & Western in New Jersey. The 2-8-0 has now been hauling passengers for over a h... (more)
Being one of two locomotives to get refueled, CSXT #4577 only gets the leftovers. Taking the bulk of fuel available to fill the belly of partner CSXT engine #8502, (receiving 2,000 gallons) the M... (more)
UP SD70ace 8659 has it hood and engine completely gone while under going repairs and upgrades at the Jenks shop.
UP GP60 1116 having work done underneath the cab unit at the Jenks shops.
Since hanging around the Roanoke area for over a week now, the two CSX EMDs assigned to work a crosstie train, finally get some fuel after patiently waiting for hours... The crew was relieved to ... (more)
The temperature finally reached 10 degrees F (above zero) as Vermont Rail System's GMRC train #264-16 heads west across Bridge 114 east of Chester, VT. The train is led by half-year-leased GMTX S... (more)
Union Pacific electrician Robert Davis rebuilds a locomotive generator in the general shop at UP’s Downing B. Jenks Shop at North Little Rock, Arkansas, on May 20, 2015. Many skills and crafts g... (more)
At North Little Rock, Arkansas, Union Pacific EMD GP15-1 Y559 sits on Track 6 at UP’s Downing B. Jenks Shop on May 18, 2015.
The main shop building at Union Pacific’s Downing B. Jenks Shop at North Little Rock, Arkansas, has a large group of locomotives in for rebuild and overhaul on May 19, 2015, including UP SD40-2s... (more)
The latest line up at the UP Jenks shops from left to right.
The tarped Bush unit 4141, 697, 662, Y725 and 5799 all in various stages of work needed to be done.
A pair of SD70's outside the UP Jenks shops on a beautiful December afternoon. Note the different placement of the wings on the nose of the units due to the headlight placement of each unit. Also ... (more)
The 532 and 145 get some work in the shop.
Colleague and fellow RP contributor Emily Moser photographs Heritage unit #145 in the shops. She insists that the belt and pouch around her waist is NOT a fanny pack. I'm not so sure...
Viewliner II Baggage car with the skirts flipped up, oh my!