Enjoy this video of UP and BNSF trains passing through Binney Junction in California. This is a major junction between the Union Pacific's North-South Valley Subdivision to Dunsmuir, and the Sacramento Subdivision to Oroville and eventually the Feather River Canyon.
UP 5333 leads two other C45ACCTE's "elephant style" on a Northbound manifest train at Wicopee siding on UP's Cascade Crossing. The SP signal bridge will be replaced at some point in the future, part of UP's re-signaling project in Western Oregon.
A westbound stacker paused on the side of old US Highway 80 in Midland, Texas gets lit up by the golden rays of the setting sun. Union Pacific 7730 and 7737 are both ES44ACs (or C45ACCTEs as UP calls them).
UP 8595 leads its Northbound Z train past the DPU of a stopped Southbound manifest. At this time that day, it was raining. However, later that day the rain turned to snow, and by the next morning there was about 10 inches of the white stuff on the ground making access to Cascan impassiable.
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