Heber Valley Railroad's GP9, Great Western No. 296, leads the daily Provo Canyon Limited through Drury's Curve with Mount Timpanogos towering in the background.
Heber Valley 1813 departs Vivian Park on the former D&RGW Provo Canyon branch.
Grande gold on the former D&RGW Provo Canyon branch.
Heber Valley Railroad No. 1813 pulls a privately chartered evening train across the Provo River at Wildwood.
Heber Valley Railroad's Provo Canyon Limited rambles through scenic Provo Canyon at Wildwood.
Photographed during its last summer of operation on the Heber Creeper, Pacific Lumber Company 2-8-2 #35 whistles on the approach to the Wildwood trestle in scenic Provo Canyon.
Utah's Wasatch Mountain Railway, aka the 'Heber Creeper' traditionally ran doubleheaders on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends. On Labor Day '76, Union Pacific 2-8-0 #618 teams up with Pacific Lu... (more)
While the Rio Grande never rostered a single MRS-1, if they did it may have looked somewhat like Heber Valley Railroad #1813. The Friday morning Provo Canyon Limited is pictured descending former ... (more)
Heber Valley Railroad's 'Provo Canyon Limited' makes an appearance at Wildwood.
Here's a location that you can't photograph trains anymore...at one time, the Heber Creeper line through Provo Canyon extended two additional miles from Vivian Park down to Bridal Veil Falls. Majo... (more)
Baldwin Locomotive Works 2-8-2 #35 leads the Heber Creeper tourist train through brilliant fall colors in Provo Canyon. The 35 was the mainstay power for the Wasatch Mountain Railway between 1971 ... (more)
Heber Valley Railroad's Provo Canyon Limited rambles along former D&RGW rails a mile below Wallsburg siding.
While rafters and tubers enjoy the swift moving waters of the Provo River, Heber Valley Railroad's 'Provo Canyon Limited' crosses the Wildwood trestle on the way to Vivian Park.
With brilliant scrub oak along the slopes of Mt. Timpanogos, Heber Valley Railroad's 'Provo Canyon Limited' crosses the Provo River on the former D&RGW Wildwood trestle.
Heber Valley Railroad's 'Provo Canyon Limited' crosses Little Deer Creek fill on it's 16 mile journey between Heber City and Vivian Park.