A heavy Utah Railway coal train slowly makes its way through the Price River Canyon near Castle Gate, UT as it poses in front of some impressive mountains.
A BNSF trackage rights train sweeps around a rock outcropping and past the Carbon Power Plant in Castle Gate, Utah. Helper is just around the next bend.
Welcome to Coal Country! Union Pacific's classic E9s lead a passenger special west through Price Canyon near the Willow Creek coal mine at Castle Gate, Utah.
A Utah Railway coal train approaches Castle Gate, Utah, on May 3, 2004, on the climb to Soldier Summit.
Emerging from afternoon shadows in Price Canyon, Rio Grande train 136 glides east over bridge 630.98 in the coal mining ghost town of Castle Gate.
A Utah Railway CIPUW train rambles down the 2.15% grade through Price Canyon at Castle Gate. This venerable old signal bridge, number '6305', dates to the D&RGW age witnessing the passage of coal ... (more)
Rio Grande train #146 curves downgrade along the Price River approaching Lynn.
Rio Grande train #187 climbs through Price Canyon at Castle Gate on July 24, 1987.
A Martin Swing Helper prepares to cut into a loaded Willow Creek coal train at Castle Gate, Utah. This short lived mine shut down and the conveyor and yard trackage are all gone now.
In keeping with its high-speed, four-motor locomotive philosophy for mainline merchandise trains, five GP40/40-2s bite into the 2.4% grade up the east slope of the Price River canyon, passing the ... (more)
A pair of new GE AC4400CWs lead the second section of SP's DVROM west through Price Canyon at Castle Gate.
A mixed bag of GE/EMD power leads a 105 car ROGJM through Price Canyon at Lynn. Note the long cut of coil steel from Geneva Works on the head end.
A Utah Railway export coal load ascends the 2.3% grade of the former D&RGW through Price Canyon west of Lynn.