Rio Grande's Midvale Tramp slowly descends the 1.7% grade of the Bingham Branch at the old West Jordan Sugar Factory. Today's train includes box cars of copper concentrate and tank cars of sulphur... (more)
The last mile of Rio Grande's Bingham Branch climbed a 2.92% grade from the Jordan River crossing to the mainline connection at Midvale. The Midvale Tramp is pictured 'home free' as it passes the ... (more)
Rio Grande's 662 local departs Geneva Steel with a lengthy train of cars for Provo Yard.
The only exSanta Fe blue and yellow painted unit that received large BNSF letters on the long hood and the "wagon wheel" decal on nose. BNSF didn't make much of an effort for this one as it didn'd... (more)
After meeting the Railblazer at American Fork, Rio Grande's Provo Local is back on the move through Russian Olive trees and Typha cattails on June 27, 1988. Due to her silver painted Gyralite hous... (more)
Following Thomas the Tank Engine through the museum was Southern 2601 with the Caboose Train
Aiken Railway's GP30 has arrived. Here it sits under the full moon coupled to the leased SW1500 AIKR has used since December. It's first day of service may be Monday.
Rio Grande's Provo based 664 local rambles south down the Tintic Branch with mine empties for loading at Geneva Steel's dolomite quarry at Keigley. Fields of fresh cut alfalfa characterize the agr... (more)
A Vancouver BC to Balmer Yard (Seattle) WA freight passes through Marysville, Washington, on September 18th, 1979. Lead GP30 2225 is the former Chicago Burlington & Quincy 948, and it is followed... (more)
New Hope and Ivyland's GP30 #2198 at Hatfield just ahead of the West Orvilla grade crossing heading South back to Lansdale at 3:29 PM Saturday, August 24th during a special excursion to Lansdale w... (more)
New Hope and Ivyland's GP30 #2198 at Lansdale just ahead of the West 8th Street grade crossing heading South back to the station at 3:35 PM Saturday, August 24th during a special excursion to Lans... (more)
New addition to the AOK fleet. Ex-ATSF GP30u looking good in its new livery. Thank you Dave!
view of power sitting at exGMO Islin shops
One of the SOO's GP30's at the Marshfield round house.
Rio Grande's Tintic local arrives at Provo Yard with grain empties from Spanish Fork and dolomite loads from Keigley.