UP 1507 (GP40M-2) is an ex Baltimore and Ohio engine which was built in 1969. Here it leads the local over the South Platte River in downtown Denver, Colorado.
A sunburnt UP 1507 (GP40-2) gets ready to lead a freight out of the UP's North Yard.
UP 1507 (GP40M-2) climbs the grade past a farmhouse as it heads to Tunnel #1 on the Moffat Line.
Looking more like a model train on a layout, UP 1507 (GP40M-2) leads two other units in pulling a pair of hoppers up to Tunnel #1 on the Moffat Line.
Here's something you don't see every day. UP 1507 (GP40M-2) uses the Rocky Siding to pull two hoppers across Highway 93 in Arvada, Colorado. The trio of engines will pass through Big 10 Curve and... (more)
An extra Potash local makes an unusual late afternoon appearance as it exits Bootlegger Canyon heading to the Potash Mine which is located at the end of the Cane Creek Branch. Corona Arch is seen ... (more)
An interesting lash-up of EMD locomotives pulls this afternoon's Canon City local train out of the yard at Pueblo as it heads for the massive H... (more)