A pair of EMD GP9s pull Rio Grande's Tintic Local through rural Leland on June 22, 1975.
A quartet of second generation EMDs pull a heavy lumber drag through the lower horseshoe curve at Gilluly. Sept. 1974
The Rio Grande Zephyr meets an eastbound freight in the lower horseshoe curve at Gilluly. Sept. 1974
Rio Grande's Geneva Turn kicks up a little snow at Provo Junction on Dec. 14, 1975.
The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 18 snakes through the scenic Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon. Nov. 1974
The Silver Sky dome observation car trails the Rio Grande Zephyr through Springville on a misty October morning in 1974.
On a moonlit October evening in '75, the Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 17 makes a brief stop at Provo station.
A brand spanking new EMD GP40-2 leads a Rio Grande lumber train through the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon. Sept. 1974
The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 18 departs Thistle on its daylong journey from Salt Lake City to Denver. Nov. 2, 1975
Bob Pace of Thistle, Utah purchased D&RGW caboose 01120 from the Rio Grande in 1960. It was built at D&RGW's Burnham Shops in Denver in 1924. The caboose became a local landmark along Hwy. 6 until... (more)
A classic Rio Grande caboose brings up the rear of an eastbound manifest as it enters Glenwood Tunnel at the western end of Glenwood Canyon in October 1982. It was almost pure D&RGW in these days,... (more)
The conductor of a work train gives the Rio Grande Zephyr a roll by at Soldier Summit the morning of Nov. 2, 1975.
Rio Grande's Tintic Local arrives at Provo Yard with box cars from Springville, sugar beets from Elberta, and dolomite from Keigley. Oct. 1975
My dad and brother await the arrival of the Rio Grande Zephyr the evening of Nov. 24, 1975.
On President's Day 1994, SP's Midvale Tramp crosses the Bangerter Highway under construction in West Jordan. This phase of the new highway opened for traffic on Dec. 16, 1994.