A couple of maintenance employees tend to locos in the engine facility.
Just before sunset, the Oil Cans' helper set roars into Caliente, its exhaust illuminated by the low sun.
Exhaust roars skyward as a six-unit helper pushes the Oil Cans uphill toward the approaching summit.
A seven-unit helper pushes hard to lift the 10,000-ton train up the stiff grade at Rowen.
At sunset, an 839 train roars up the stiff grade at Warren.
The south side of the engine facility also has stings of idling power.
I see FM, Alco, and EMD products. What do you see?
General view from the crane. ALL Mendoza is probably the most important ALCo shop in Argentina.
At center FPD9 nr.2110, at right RSD16 nr.8229, Behind FPD7 nr.8410 and some RSD35´s
With the hump tower in the distance, a set of three UP remote-controlled EMDs prepares to pull a cut of cars out of the receiving yard.
At sunset, two deadlines of power sit quietly near the yard's west end.
Two BNSF coal trains, one on Main Two and the other on Main Four, meet at the edge of the Antelope Mine.
UP and BNSF coal trains pass near the west end of Reno Junction.
Three UP coal trains coverge just north of Reno Junction.
A quartet of locomotives drag a 100+ car northbound manifest upgrade past the Hutton Branch creek at sunset.
A northbound consist of ten locomotives crosses over from Main Two to Main One.