The latest line up at the UP Jenks shops from left to right.
The tarped Bush unit 4141, 697, 662, Y725 and 5799 all in various stages of work needed to be done.
A single DPU pushes on the rear of an empty Union Pacific coal train as it approaches the Coal Creek Mine in the Powder River Basin.
UP 5799 (AC4400CW-CTE) runs into a strong spring snow storm, taking an increasingly rare coal train through Littleton, Colorado along the Joint Line.
Perhaps the last major snowstorm of the season blankets UP 5799 (AC4400CW-CTE) and its loaded coal cars as they head south on the Joint Line through Sedalia, Colorado.
UP 5799 is looking a little rough with no American flag or Union Pacific logo. I assume it has been repaired after some fire damage.
UP coal empties cast long shadows as they head north through the vast landscape of the Powder River Basin.
Union Pacific 5799 and 6454 with DPU 7176 slowly go over the bridge and into Cora after switching tracks to go by the maintenance of way.
Oops... Building America without the American flag! Someone must have lost it somewhere... And why didn't they clean the entire engine?