So, a loaded coal train on Main 1 derails while at the same time a coal empty passes by on Main 2 and derails as well. What are the chances? Yes, this did happen in Price Canyon on Sept. 26, 2007 ... (more)
A Utah Railway GP40 navigates the Midvale Wye on a chilly January 11, 2010 afternoon.
A new SD40T-2 leads a Rio Grande freight through the mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon on May 13, 1976.
Hustle Muscle on Soldier Summit
A Chicago & North Western C44-9W leads a North Platte to Stockton manifest through Salt Lake City on July 24, 1997.
Painted to match the 300 series Alco RSD-4/RSD-5 units and cabooses, Utah Railway spreader 0100 awaits a chance to serve, stored in Martin Yard on Oct. 27, 1985.
Looking spiffy in new image paint, a Western Pacific U30B awaits an assignment in Rio Grande's Roper Yard in South Salt Lake. The WP 3063 was built the WP 763 by GE in April 1969 equipped with EMD... (more)
Four Alco RSD-15s and one RSD-12 pull a 'Martin Turn' through Price Canyon on May 21, 1977.
Five big motors lead a 77 car RUT611 local east at the Duck Pond in Salt Lake City on May 3, 2015.
Thunder in the Wasatch
A Union Pacific grain empty crests 6824 ft. Wahsatch summit at the top of the 1.14% Echo Canyon grade on May 1, 2015.
One of UP's hottest Central Corridor trains, the ZCIG1 (Expedited Intermodal – City of Industry, CA to Global 1 (Chicago), IL) heads east through the Weber River Valley at Henefer.
One of UP's hottest Central Corridor trains, the ZCIG1 (Expedited Intermodal, City of Industry, CA to Global 1 (Chicago), IL) heads east through Echo Canyon the morning of May 1, 2015.
Utah Railway RSD-15s No. 401, 400, 403 and RSD-12 600 pull a Martin Turn east through Spanish Fork Canyon at Covered Bridge Drive on Feb. 12, 1977.
A classic Rio Grande caboose trails a mixed freight into the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon on a sunny but chilly Feb. 13, 1977 morning.