A speed lettered SD45T-2 leads a 58 car Roseville to Alton & Southern (St. Louis) manifest through Utah County east of American Fork on Aug. 28, 1994.
Southern Pacific No. 2472 rests in the Santa Clara yard on a warm July night. The locomotive is in town to take part in the National Railway Historical Society convention based in nearby San Jose.... (more)
An MPI SD40M-2 and three EMD 'cinderblocks' lead a Eugene to Chicago Q-train east through Riverton on Aug. 23, 1994.
A Southern Pacific U-Boat rests at the shop of SP subsidiary Cotton Belt in Pine Bluff, Ark.
While thunderstorms pound the nearby Wasatch Mountains, a Southern Pacific Denver to Roper manifest departs American Fork siding on Aug. 14, 1994.
SP 9091 splits the lower quadrant semaphores as it switches the mill at Cottage Grove, OR. The train is northbound on the Siskiyou line heading toward Eugene Yard.
Southern Pacific's Denver to Oakland Forwarder rolls west through rural Riverton with 53 loads of beer and piggyback trailers on August 3, 1994. The shoreline of historic Lake Bonneville is visibl... (more)
Southern Pacific's Alton & Southern (St. Louis) to Roper manifest is minutes away from its destination, cruising west at 39th South in Murray with 84 cars on July 24, 1994.
Southern Pacific "Daylight" 4-8-4 No. 4449 is heading south from Portland, Ore., to Sacramento, Calif., for RailFair. For the descent down the mountains out of Black Butte, Calif., South... (more)
The good, the bad and the ugly.
An 84 car, 5109 ft. Roper to Grand Junction manifest pulls east through Riverton minutes before sunset on July 6, 1994.
Four big EMDs (including a Rio Grande SD45) pull a Roseville to Alton & Southern (Kansas City) mixed freight through Riverton the evening of June 19, 1994.
At 22 years this SD45T-2 looks pretty sharp. It has the "Power-by-the-hour" sticker below the road number.
With classic SP six axle power in the lead, a Roseville to Alton & Southern (St. Louis) manifest glides down Cherry Hill on UP's Salt Lake Subdivision on May 29, 1994.
SP 7863 sits down at the passenger depot at South Fork. Careful eyes will remember the sister locomotive was recently seen in an upload by Steve Sm... (more)