An Overland Mail West, led by DDA40X 6908, splices beautiful Sierra Nevada forest at Mohawk in the summer of 1984.
Centennial 6908 leads a hot Overland Mail West across the Keddie Wye Bridge just before evening shadows engulf it.
Three EMD locomotive types that figured significantly in UP's dieselization--a GP30, GP9B, and DDA40X--sit outside the railroad's shops at Portland awaiting repairs.
Crossing a steel trestle near Quincy, a hot Overland Mail West with a Centennial on the point maintains its fast pace through the Canyon.
Centennial 6908 leads a hot Overland Mail West through Spring Garden on a beautiful summer afternoon.
Under a morning marine layer on the west side of Cajon Pass, two Centennials and an SDP35 have command of one of the railroad's hottest trains--the LAX.
Two DDA40Xs lift a westbound freight toward Summit at Martinez.
A pair of Centennials and a GP9B speed a super-hot LAX down the eastern slope of Cajon at Martinez.
Centennial 6927 and its mates lean into a curve at Hesperia as they drag a freight up the east side of Cajon.
Centennial 6940 leads a westbound merchandise train through a curve at Martinez.
A Centennial and a pair of GE U50Cs round a curve at the west end of the old alignment at Summit, complete with a rotating yellow beacon that warned of the approach of eastbound trains.
6937 West, a short freight for a pair of DDA40Xs, roars upgrade through Frost.
Two Centennials and a GP30B roll of Cajon Summit with a hot eastbound intermodal train in tow.
Centennial 6908 leads an OMW along a ledge protected by a slide fence in the middle of Serpentine Canyon.
Centennial 6927 leads an OME out of the portion of the Canyon still in morning shadows into brilliant sunlight as it approaches Virgilia.