A loaded coal train off the Pleasant Valley Branch (Skyline load-out) returns to the main for a late evening trip down the canyon.
A brand-new heavy GE leads a short eastbound manifest down the east slope of Soldier Summit. A wet spring has made rolling hills near the top of the pass a nice spring green. The green color won'... (more)
A Utah Railway coal load snakes its way up the serpentine 2.4% grade of Soldier Summit. The train is passing the Price River
Recreation area park and campground...... The manned swing helper can... (more)
UP 8982 is the lead unit on this eastbound coal empty at Soldier Summit.
UP's Roper to Denver manifest freight nears the top of the grade at Soldier Summit.
A westbound loaded coal train is silhouetted against a classic western sky near the summit of Soldier Summit as it heads to Provo, Utah
Finally finding some early morning sun, the empty Utah Railway coal train passes West Summit, 7,439 feet above sea level.
A westbound Utah Railway coal train crests 7440 ft. Soldier Summit on Dec. 26, 1991. The quartet of SD40s and 84 loads of Wildcat coal will descend 3000 feet in elevation in 50 miles of track to t... (more)
Utah Railway Martin and Provo based crews swap trains at Soldier Summit on January 20, 1992.
An attractive quartet of Motive Power Industries SD40s, on short term lease to the Utah Railway, pull coal loads west at Soldier Summit on a stormy June 12, 1991 afternoon.
Getting every ray of daylight. Utah Railway 5001 nears Soldier Summit at 8:30 p.m with a loaded coal train for the last shot of the day.
Eastbound UTAH Railway coal empties for Savage Spur roll along Hwy 6 at the top of Soldier Summit.
A 5-pack of UTAH Railway painted locomotives passes under the replacement signals at Soldier Summit just 20min after sunrise.
On the morning of the Summer Solstice 1987, Amtrak's California Zephyr crests 7440 ft. Soldier Summit on Rio Grande's Subdivision 6 mainline.
Utah Railway #5005 is bringing its loaded coal train to a stop at the exact top of the grade at Soldier Summit, Utah; elevation just short of 7500 feet. Head end power on this train is 4 of the ... (more)