Returning from Woods Cross with 18 cars, SP's Fourth South Switcher crosses Second South street in Salt Lake City.
Workers from Roper Yard enjoy a warm evening ride on the pilot of SP's '2:59 Drag' along Rio Grande's Passenger Main in Salt Lake City. Most of what you see in this view captured on Kodachrome 25 ... (more)
A switcher from the Gary Railway Works sits quietly at Pine Junction. It maintains the same number from its EJ&E days.
This is no way to make a switcher into a convertable.
No. 7 heads out of downtown over the bike trail and across the Big Sioux River bridge.
We don't need no stinkin' Distributed Power cause' we got manned helpers buster! With one SW1200 up front and two SW1200's cut in two thirds of the way back these EMD 567C's are unleashing their ... (more)
How many towns built how many roads parallel to railroad tracks that the town was built up around throughout the world, and the town named these roads Railroad Avenue? I've lost count but here's ... (more)
Weavin' and Bobbin' a Simpson Timber train of empty log bunks having just departed the dry sort yard at Dayton, trundles carefully along the undulating right of way, headed back to downtown Shelto... (more)
Engineer Mark and Conductor Marcus bringing empty DDG hoppers for the Abengoa Plant in the background.
Rio Grande SW1200 #135 rambles east along Becks Hot Springs with 17 cars for the 4th South Yard in downtown Salt Lake City.
BR&W SW1200 1202 pulls a cut of freight cars at the NS interchange in Three Bridges. This track was once part of the CNJ Flemington Branch.
While visiting downtown Shelton and enjoying breakfast at the Pine Tree restaurant over a hot cup of coffee, it's recommended one avoid discussing the merits of protecting the spotted owl verses t... (more)