This engine also was assigned to Galveston in 1987. Of note the original SP Double Stack cars behind engine.
Lots of "stuff" to see in this photo. Three tunnel motors bring a freight through the yard lead by Cotton Belt SD40T-2 8334, followed by SP SD40T-2, 8278 and SP SD45T-2, 9288. Behind 928... (more)
A mixed freight backs into the West end of Englewood Yard with a pair of UP GEs in charge.
A pair of freshly painted Helm lease engines depart South out of Union Pacific's Englewood Yard.
An A-B-A set of locomotives comes off the hump to grab another string of cars.
The east end of Englewood Yard was quiet on New Year's Day.
Before it was a B40-8, it was a B39-8. Here it was, almost new and in between thunderstorms, at the Englewood yard "mudge pocket" (look at the dirt/ballast to see where they got the word mudge fr... (more)
The top three in the prized "SP roster batting order" in Houston was the 4375, 2968 and 2700, due to kodachrome paint. Here 4375 sits in between runs to Strang in the south yard of Englewood.
As others look on, a UP workman cuts rail for a new bridge at the east end of Englewood Yard.
An eastbound manifest waits to depart Englewood Yard as a large work gang quickly prepares track for a new bridge at the facility's east end.
KCS SD40-2 "snoot" 3233 departs Settegest Yard and approaches Tower 87.
A UP hump set waits for its brakeman to throw a switch before entering the yard for another string of cars to shove over the hump.