One of UP's hottest Central Corridor trains, the ZCIG1 (Expedited Intermodal, City of Industry, CA to Global 1 (Chicago), IL) heads east through Echo Canyon the morning of May 1, 2015.
Utah Railway RSD-15s No. 401, 400, 403 and RSD-12 600 pull a Martin Turn east through Spanish Fork Canyon at Covered Bridge Drive on Feb. 12, 1977.
A classic Rio Grande caboose trails a mixed freight into the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon on a sunny but chilly Feb. 13, 1977 morning.
A KG3LBX-27 stack train meets an MWCNP-27 mixed manifest at North Yard in Salt Lake City on April 28, 2015.
The aroma of fresh paint is in the air at North Yard in Salt Lake City as Utah Railway 9001 awaits delivery to it's new home on Oct. 11, 1991. The 9001 was the first of 11 SD40s leased from Morris... (more)
An overnight spring snowstorm has blanketed the grounds at the Spanish Fork Sugar Factory while Rio Grande's 664 local sets out loads of Moroni turkey feed on April 20, 1987.
Utah Railway caboose No. 61 is pictured at Martin Yard on May 21, 1977. It was built a wood caboose by Mount Vernon Car and delivered to the Utah Railway on Sept. 18, 1927. It is similar in design... (more)
Utah Railway wooden caboose No. 60 is pictured at Provo Yard on Dec. 12, 1976. It was built by Mount Vernon Car in 1924 and is similar in design to Union Pacific's CA-1 series.
A well tuned Alco quartet (UTAH 303, 306, 305, 300) drifts through Martin Yard minutes before sundown on June 22, 1978.
Green Dragons Invade Price Canyon
After a nine minute crew change, the GSJFKE-20 grain shuttle departs Salt Lake City for Elko with a new GE ES44AH in the lead.
A factory fresh GE ES44AH leads a GSJFKE-20 grain shuttle into Salt Lake City for a crew change on April 22, 2015.
Time for a crew change as the GSJFKE-20 grain shuttle readies for departure from Salt Lake City to Elko.
A Utah Railway 'Alligator' greets the morning sun on New Year's Day, 1978.
Heaven on Earth