Norfolk Southern power heads up a southbound CN manifest.
After stopping and waiting on traffic north of town, a powder river coal train finally gets a signal to head south.
NS 6615 will eventually be put back together and be repainted and renumbered to NS 7012
One of Norfolk Southern's unique "tri-clops" SD60M on the roster
Fresh from a rebuild to Dash 2 specs and a repaint at the shops of sister G&W road Buffalo & Pittsburgh in Brookville, Pennsylvania, Indiana & Ohio GP40-2 3043 leads a set of light power headed ba... (more)
RJ Corman picks up NS 42Rs hoppers
This visitor group at the service station look under this FLIRT (Flinker Leichter Innovativer Regional Triebzug). The visitors have to wear green reflective vests and red caps, these are 'helmets'
No its not dangerous! The girl with the bycicle can pass the track without difficulty, the tramway is standing at the station Barfüsserplatz
Wasatch Mountain Railway 2-8-2 No. 35 (Baldwin, 1924) pulls the Heber Creeper through Vivian Park in Provo Canyon on Memorial Day, 1976.
Norfolk and Western 611 reverses past the Spencer Shops fuel racks on its way to the turntable for public viewing.
Right High Speed Train ETR 610, left RABe 521 FLIRT (Flinker Leichter Innovativer Regional Triebzug) in the service station. The red lights on the glass on the ETR reflect the warning signal: ther... (more)
Double deck Intercity coming.
The Norfolk and Western J Class is the largest steam locomotive to ever grace the Spencer Shops turntable. The giant engine barely fits with it overhanging at both ends.
The excitement surrounding Norfolk and Western 611 as seen from a Gandy Dancer on the other side of the Spencer Shops roundhouse.
Newly restored Norfolk and Western 611 begins to creep towards the turntable at Spencer Shops to pose for the gathering crowds.