C&TS 44-tonner (weight 47 tons apparently) #19 was sent over to C&TS from Oahi Railway & Land Co. in 1972.
Heading eastbound across the high plains of Wyoming, UP 6521 bends past some of the ubiquitous snow fences between Cheyenne and Rock Springs.
Climbing up Archer Hill out of Cheyenne before racing eastward toward North Platte, UP 2642 bends into the bright sunrise.
In evening light, UP 7801 provides rear support for an eastbound stack.
The conductor of UP 6827 climbs back aboard after inspecting a passing train. Trains were funneling through a single track portion of the Overland Route due to bridge work near Medicine Bow.
Bending off interstate junction, preparing to pass under the hump at UP (nee-SP) Englewood Yard.
Coal southbound up the Palmer Divide.
Having crested Sherman Hill a few miles before, 7815's pushing work is over for a while.
Heading uphill in first light.
This freight depot looks like it's in really good shape, at least on the outside, considering it sits alone, desolate, between downtown Galveston and the cruise ship docks. My brief research indic... (more)