The UP yard in Cheyenne never disappoints if you like trains with lots of power. It is not uncommon to see 5 and 6 engine lash-ups pulling long double stack trains.
The twice a week train from Van Nuys to Guadalupe is built and building up air across from the Metrolink/Amtrak platforms at the Van Nuys Station.
This locomotive didn't bring tears to my eyes despite the name on the nose.
Having crossed the Sierra summit at Tunnel 41, UP 4393 is now following the Truckee River downgrade into Reno and the UP terminal at Sparks.
Climbing the stiff grade at American, this UP autorack train is eastbound towards the summit of the Sierra crossing.
An Onion Pacific unit, UP 4393, handles eastbound autoracks through the reverse curves at Yuba Pass, approaching Tunnel 37.
A UP train comes around the wye from the Canal St Yard on its way toward Global 1 and home rails.
Northbound manifest rolls through Azalea on the Shasta Route