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Photo ID: 634933

A rare unit for the state of Utah, an SP B30-7. Has made it way on Rio Grande's west side branch called the Garfield branch. The line make it's way from Midvale to the Kennecott Coppers smelter. ... (more)

Railroad: Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad
Locomotive: GE B30-7
Location: Bacchus, Utah, USA
Locomotive #: SP 7881
Train ID: Tramp
Photo Date: February, 1994


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By: Steve Ellis

Added: Oct 19, 2017

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Photo ID: 623854

Two Rio Grande GP30's 3015, 3008 and SP B30-7 are operating the Garfield Branch on the West Side of the Salt Lake Valley.

Railroad: Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP30
Location: Bacchus, Utah, USA
Locomotive #: DRGW 3015
Train ID: Midvale Tramp
Photo Date: February, 1994


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By: Steve Ellis

Added: Jul 20, 2017

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Photo ID: 439849

southbound loaded copper train headed about midway from pit at Copperton to smelter at Magna

Railroad: Kennecott Copper Corp.
Locomotive: EMD SD40-2
Location: Bacchus, Utah, USA
Locomotive #: KCC 102
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September, 1983


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By: Joe Blackwell

Added: Jun 13, 2013

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Photo ID: 347321

KCC loaded copper ore train near Bacchus, UT

Railroad: Kennecott Copper Corp.
Locomotive: EMD SD40-2
Location: Bacchus, Utah, USA
Locomotive #: KCC 103
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September, 1983


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By: Joe Blackwell

Added: Dec 02, 2010

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