Eastbound approaching Hermosa Tunnels
In July 1984, an eastbound Union Pacific freight curves through Hermosa, Wyoming, while climbing Sherman Hill between Laramie and Cheyenne.
UP 7637 (ES44AC) leads a sand train through the cut after leaving the west portal of the Hermosa Tunnel.
UP 5646 (AC44CWCTE) comes through the west portal of the Hermosa Tunnel as a container train heads east.
A westbound Union Pacific freight exits the Hermosa Tunnels on Track 2 at Hermosa, Wyoming, while traversing Sherman Hill on the afternoon of May 10, 2007.
A Union Pacific freight is about ready to enter into the east portal of the iconic Hermosa Tunnels.
UP 8754 (SD70ACe) exits the 1920-bored Hermosa Tunnel (the left one was completed in 1917) as it leads a freight train towards Laramie, Wyoming.
UP 7637 (C45ACCTE) exits the west portal of the Hermosa Tunnels with a freight.
A clean UP 9031 (SD70AH) pulls a freight through the east portal of the Hermosa Tunnels on its way to Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Union Pacific EMD SD70M No. 5000 leads an eastbound freight out of one of the bores of the Hermosa Tunnels between Hermosa and Dale, Wyoming, on September 25, 2003.
A Union Pacific intermodal train curves out of the cut leading to the twin bores of Hermosa Tunnels on Track 2 while crossing Sherman Hill at Hermosa, Wyoming, on September 24, 2003. A pair of EM... (more)
A westbound Union Pacific intermodal train exits the Hermosa Tunnels on Track 2 on Wyoming’s Sherman Hill on September 24, 2003. Leading the train is GE C40-8 No. 9123 followed by an EMD SD70M.