An interesting power consist leads a West Colton to Roper manifest, all 115 cars of it, through the Jordan Narrows west of Mesa. The terracing for three different irrigation canals can be seen alo... (more)
A pair of MP36PH-3Cs lead a Provo to Ogden FrontRunner commute departing the Jordan Narrows the morning of May 4, 2013.
At the tail end of the evening rush, a UTA FrontRunner commute glides north through the Jordan Narrows surrounded by irrigation canals, a diversion dam and of course, the Jordan River. It was a wi... (more)
A BNSF Railway trackage rights train crosses the new Jordan River bridge with 63 cars for Provo Yard. The GE locomotives feature all three of the Heritage series paint schemes in consecutive order... (more)
A UTA FrontRunner commute heads south through the Jordan Narrows approaching the Utah County line and ultimately, Provo. A spring storm system has deposited a new layer of snow along 11,253 ft. Lo... (more)
A Utah Transit Authority FrontRunner commute crosses the Jordan River (for the second time) on its way north from Provo to Ogden.
Utah Railway's Provo-Ogden turn glides west through the Jordan Narrows with 21 cars.
A Union Pacific coal empty rolls east through the Jordan Narrows, bound for the West Elk mine in southwestern Colorado.
During the afternoon rush, a UTA FrontRunner commute curves northward through the Jordan Narrows a few minutes from the Thanksgiving Point station stop where it met a southbound counterpart. The c... (more)
A UTA FrontRunner commute departs the Jordan Narrows along its namesake river in Bluffdale. The D&RGW utilized this beautiful landscape for publicity photos in the 1950s. As a kid, I recall a gian... (more)
The last window of sunlight illuminates a northbound UTA FrontRunner commute in the Jordan Narrows.
A tranquil summer evening in '87 finds Rio Grande's Railblazer train #102 heading east through the Jordan Narrows, 20 miles south of downtown Salt Lake City.
A Rio Grande work train glides west trough the Jordan Narrows amid river flooding due to a series of extra wet winters in the nearby Wasatch Mountains. The overgrown Nash gravel spur and wood pile... (more)
Union Pacific's LUF51 (Provo-SLC) local rambles west on Rio Grande rails through the Jordan Narrows.
Amtrak's California Zephyr train #6 glides east through the Jordan Narrows, 22.5 miles from its station stop at the Rio Grande depot in Salt Lake City.