After Union Pacific's Provo roundhouse was dismantled in the late 1960s, the old car shop became a shelter for locomotive maintenance. GP30 No. 818 and SD40-2 No. 3164 share the service rail while... (more)
Union Pacific's last numbered GP20 in a series of 30 units idles away the night at Provo Yard on Feb. 5, 1977. The 2000 horsepower EMD was built new for the UP in August 1960. In just over a year ... (more)
The Big Boy train gliding along I-84 in full glory through the Morgan Valley near Peterson. Thanks go to the State Troopers who took care that almost everybody parked wild & safe...
A quartet of Rio Grande SD40T-2s (DRGW 5390, DRGW 5401, DRGW 5377, DRGW 5371) lead the Dirt Train through scenic Wellington Canyon on July 27, 2002.
Amtrak's California Zephyr train 6 rambles east through Spring Glen on June 17, 1989.
Union Pacific TR5 'Cow & Calf' sets 1874 and 1875 take Sunday morning off at Provo Yard. Jan. 23, 1977
The builder's logo was cast into the truck of EMD DD35 No. 74B, pictured at Provo Yard on Jan. 23, 1977.
Union Pacific 2-8-0 No. 618 is lost in the jungle of Provo Canyon in Sept. 1974.
Rio Grande engineer Bob Pace gives my father and me a friendly wave as train 669 departs Provo Junction with 28 cars for Geneva Steel. Sept. 1974
Union Pacific's Intermountain Power to Skyline coal empty has crested 7440 ft. Soldier Summit and now glides east toward the Pleasant Valley Sub connection at Colton. July 26, 2014
Union Pacific's Macaroni (MRONY, Salt Lake City to Denver) manifest awaits departure from the old Rio Grande yard while the Book Cliffs and Helper Canyon loom in the background.
In Oct. 2011, the UP 7912 was repainted in traditional livery without the American flag logo. Here it leads a Milpitas to Kansas City auto train through scenic Echo Canyon the morning of July 25, ... (more)
Union Pacific's PDVSC2-26 inspection special glides west through Spanish Fork Canyon approaching the Thistle Tunnels on July 26, 2014.