Union Pacific’s Missouri-Kansas-Texas Heritage diesel, SD70ACe 1988 (ex-UP 8396, built in May 2005), was found in the railroad’s Davidson Yard in Fort Worth, Texas, on October 16, 2011. Photog... (more)
Muskogee OK to Ft Worth freight gets tied down at the east end of Davidson yard waiting for a dog catch crew to bring into the yard.
A UP Railpower genset switches the east end of Davidson Yard and other activities proceed all around it.
Just after sunrise, a pair of remote-control SD40-2s switches the east end of UP's Davidson Yard.
Several different EMD locomotives move around in UP Davidson Yard in Fort Worth, TX.
On August 2, 2008, UP had a long string of power in its LUGO (Laid Up, Good Order) line at the east end of Davidson Yard. The reason? A big drop in traffic due to the deep recession that had swept... (more)
Four big units have just cut off from their train at the receiving yard. Meanwhile, two sets of remote-control EMDs prepare to pull trains out of the receiving yard and then push them over the hum... (more)
A remote-control SD40-2 and a genset team up to switch cars at the east end of the yard. Note that the pair is being controlled by a man sitting in the conductor's seat using a belt pack.
CSX C40-8W No. 7317 accelerates out of the yard with a UP manifest in tow.
Two UP engines, and un-patched SP5101 arriving Centennial yard from the BNSF transfer job. The yard was re named to Davidson yard in 2009 in honor of retiring CEO Richard Davidson.