Rio Grande lumber drag 126 rolls downgrade through Castle Gate the afternoon of June 25, 1988. The coal conveyor in the background leads to Utah Power & Light's Carbon Power Plant (now owned by Pa... (more)
Eastbound IPP empties catch a pocket of the rising sun, rolling towards Utah Railway Junction and eventually Wildcat Mine.
Rio Grande and Southern Pacific power team up to drag D&RGW's daily 151 train from Grand Junction through Price Canyon approaching Castle Gate.
The early years of the Burlington Northern & Santa Fe merger brought together wildly colorful power combos. Here an SD45-2 and two SD40-2s lead 108 coil steel empties through Castle Gate on Oct. 6... (more)
Merger mania in Utah's Price Canyon: A trio of Southern Pacific AC4400CWs lead a stopped IPP train at Utah Railway Junction while a Union Pacific officer's special rolls by on the main, headed eas... (more)
Amtrak's California Zephyr rambles east with a new ACS64 (Amtrak Cities Sprinter) along for the ride on the former D&RGW at Castle Gate. Manufactured by Siemens in Sacramento, Amtrak has placed an... (more)
A freshly painted GP60 leads Union Pacific's MDVRO through Castle Gate on March 21, 1999. The UP 5866 was built by EMD as the SP 9767 in July 1991, and the UP 9078 (also in fresh paint) was built ... (more)
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.