Potash local nearing the end of the Cane Creek Branch
The UP Potash local passes some through some rugged terrain as it approaches its namesake industry.
The once a week Union Pacific Potash local nears the end of the Cane Creek Subdivision .
Union Pacific’s Potash local approaches some curvy track near Emkay on March 4, 2012. This location is near the entrance to Arches National Park in Utah’s beautiful red rock country.
Once-a-week potash local at Corona Arch.
Standing at 105 feet high and 140 feet wide, a natural wonder of the world by the name of the Corona Arch is the perfect representation of the beauty of Utah and the great American west. Framed th... (more)
Union Pacific GE AC4400CW-CTEs Nos. 6044 and 5946 overpower a one-car Potash local along the Colorado River after departing Potash, Utah, on March 4, 2012. The towering sandstone cliffs loom over ... (more)
With 23 empties separating a 2x2 setup of UP GE's, the Potash Local tiptoes down the Cane Creek Branch descending into Gold Bar Canyon paralleling the Colorado River. This was my second time comin... (more)
The red rocks of Long Canyon dwarf Union Pacific's 'Potash Local' as it creeps along the Cane Creek Branch nearing its destination of Intrepid Potash.
A young boy watches Union Pacific's 'Potash Local' roar up the Cane Creek Branch near Arches National Park
Union Pacific's Potash local rolls down the Cane Creek Branch while outdoor enthusiast prepare for an afternoon of fun in the sun
At what I believe is only location in the world that you can photograph a train through a natural arch, Union Pacific’s Potash Turn heads north into Bootlegger Canyon on May 12, 2006. This train n... (more)
Union Pacific Potash local begins return trip.
The UP Potash Local is heading down the Cane Creek Sub through the Colorado River Canyon.
The UP Potash Local is returning up the Cane Creek Sub and starting the climb out of the Colorado River Canyon.