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Photo ID: 693302

A Union Pacific stack train on BNSF rails has almost finished its long climb up Cajon Pass. It will remain on BNSF rails until Dagget, then onto home rails over to Las Vegas and Salt Lake City.

Railroad: Union Pacific
Locomotive: EMD SD70M
Location: Cajon Pass, California, USA
Locomotive #: UP 5158
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November 02, 2018


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By: Michael Forster

Added: Apr 06, 2019

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Photo ID: 219944

Westbound UP 5158 passes by some wind farms in Palm Springs. It's rare nowadays to see three SD70M's together and running elephant style too.

Railroad: Union Pacific
Locomotive: EMD SD70M
Location: Palm Springs, California, USA
Locomotive #: UP 5158
Train ID: Yuma Sub
Photo Date: January 20, 2008


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By: Dave Toussaint

Added: Jan 21, 2008

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Photo ID: 161494

Why is there an "Attendant Call" button to the right of the horn handle? The crew did not know the answer either.

Railroad: Union Pacific
Locomotive: EMD SD70M
Location: McAlester, Oklahoma, USA
Locomotive #: UP 5158
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: October 06, 2006


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By: Mike Bates

Added: Oct 11, 2006

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Photo ID: 160997

My Dad let me take this shot with his Camera.

Railroad: Union Pacific
Locomotive: EMD SD70M
Location: McAlester, Oklahoma, USA
Locomotive #: UP 5158
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: October 06, 2006


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By: Mark Bates

Added: Oct 08, 2006

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