Deer Creek Scenic Railway's Heber City depot was busy on the afternoon of September 14, 1986. The wood structure was built for the Oregon Short Line Railroad (Union Pacific) as a trainorder statio... (more)
Crews are preparing to lift Columbia Steel Corp. 0-6-0 No. 300 onto live rail. The locomotive is to be cosmetically restored and placed on display in a different location.
A pair of recent arrivals are pictured at Heber Valley Railroad's yard. A Utah Railway spreader, #0100 was part of an exchange with the Genesee & Wyoming. The HVRR traded a former Missouri Pacific... (more)
Best seat in the house: A Steam Specials and Railfan Magazine photo freight works its way upgrade towards Heber City after a day of runbys.
Heber Valley's ex Pacific Lumber Co. 2-8-2 35 built by BLW 1924 heads south with the regular train. The 35 was retired in 1976 and now on display at Nevada State Railroad Museum.
Do you ever wonder how some rail lines seem to avoid the documentation of the railroad photographer? Denver & Rio Grande Western's Provo Canyon Branch did a remarkable job of doing just that for m... (more)
Heber Valley Railroad's 'Tube and Train' rambles slowly through new snow approaching the end of it's journey at Heber City, Utah.
UP 618 leans into a curve while skirting the Dear Creek Reservoir.
UP 618 leads a freight train north towards Heber City.
A perfect photo freight rolls along the banks of the Provo Reservoir. Thanks to Steam Specials and Railfan Magazine for making this one happen!
A rebuilt "Olympic" barn doesn't contrast at all with the turn of the century freight train about to rumble past. Thanks to Steam Specials and Railfan Magazine for making this one happen!
A morning runby scares up a few birds who were none to happy with the photographers and their query... Thanks to Steam Specials and Railfan Magazine for making this one happen!
The clouds are rolling in, but sunlight still lights up the 618 and it's train. Thanks to Steam Specials and Railfan Magazine for making this one happen!
UP 618 hits the Snake Creek Trestle running.... Thanks to Steam Specials and Railfan Magazine for making this one happen!