UP's AGBMI auto train heads west through Henefer on Sept. 28, 2013.
25 ARMN refrigerator cars trail UP's ZSKDL (Expedited, Selkirk, NY to Delano-McFarland, CA) through the Weber River truss bridge at Devil's Slide.
The 'all business' control panel of Rio Grande SD40T-2 No. 5371 was on display at Ogden Union Station on Sept. 9, 2009. For those in the know, is this close to a stock EMD control panel new in Aug... (more)
The Rio Grande Zephyr pauses in Helper, UT.
Rio Grande's bulk forest products train 126 rolls into Castilla while a helper set awaits for permission to flag onto the rear of the train for the push to Soldier Summit. Sadly, in six months tim... (more)
Rio Grande Maintenance of Way forces were busy dumping slag ballast along the westward main track east of Springville the morning of July 22, 1988.
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)
All bright and shiny in 'New Image' livery, a Western Pacific GP40-2 awaits a call to serve on the main west of Salt Lake City. The WP 3547 was built by EMD for the Western Pacific in July 1979.
Rio Grande's 200 train roars east on the westward main track at Springville soon after sunrise.
Three EMD 'Hot Rods' lead Rio Grande's Railblazer train 103 through Ironton on July 9, 1988. The Saturday/Sunday Railblazers had general freight added to the head end as 'filler tonnage'.
Rio Grande's 662 local departs Geneva Steel with a lengthy train of cars for Provo Yard.
UP7675 leans into a 9 degree curve as it exits the Gooseneck along the Price River. The train has 3 manned helpers and 2 rear DPU's......
An EMD SD40T-2, an SD45, and two SD50s lead Rio Grande's 195 train through Provo Junction on July 2, 1988. Note the friendly wave from the train conductor.
Rio Grande's No. 799 coal load exits the westward main track while entering the plant lead at Geneva Steel the morning of May 23, 1988. The 799 train loaded the previous day in Carbon County at Su... (more)