UP GP-35 762 guides two ugly-duckling GE 4500GETL 4500-hp units 60 and 60B eastward on a train into Cheyenne, Wyo yard as a C&S SD-9 crosses overhead ahead of the train.
Heritage in Ruby Canyon Union Pacific’s Operation Lifesaver special crosses McDonald Creek below Dodge’s Bluff in spectacular Ruby Canyon just east of Utaline, Colorado, on June 13, 200... (more)
A windmill standing out in the high plains of West Texas helps frame UP 844 as the sun is about to set behind the 4-8-4 on 11/2/11. The train was behind a westbound UP auto train, waiting for an e... (more)
I finally pulled off the true over over under shot at Santa Fe Jct./BNSF Crossing. Every train in the shot was moving, albeit the move on the bottom, UP Train MLIKS 11, was slow rolling up to a re... (more)
On a beautiful Autumn morning, D&H #931 heads south as it rolls above Lake Champlain's Willsboro Bay N.Y
A properly lit Big Boy.
As I took this image of ths massive oil tranker next to a UP train, I thought to my self, boy a train has never looked so small as it does right now!
10 locomotives are on the lead of a UP freight descending off the Huey P Long Bridge and almost into the joint UP/BNSF Avondale Yard. The locomotives in this monster consist are UP 8203 (SD9043MAC... (more)
Union Pacific's nightly Oakland-Stockton IOAST crosses over Altamont Pass Road as it makes it's way from the Bay Area to the Central Valley.
Union Pacific 4-12-2 9514, Class UP-5, was built by ALCO in 1930, one of eighty-eight locomotives. As built, she was numbered 9077, later re-numbered to 9514. These three-cylinder locomotives had... (more)
The shop switch, 0-6-0 #4466, makes a move with a gas-turbine on the table. 4466 was one of 30 such engines that arrived on UP property in 1920 (source: Utahrails.net)
Union Pacific 6414 with heavy wreck damage in the UP Adams Street yard in Peoria.
STEVE SMEDLEY PHOTO
Union Pacific ES44AC 7400 sits in the yard in Council Bluffs, Iowa, wrapped in a tarp, awaiting the official unveiling of the UP's newest specially painted diesel - for the Susan G. Komen for the ... (more)
UP units in storage stretches as far as the eye can see.