All in a day's work for the YSC25R.
A Wendover-bound Ore train cruises underneath the C784 signal bridge as it proceeds westbounds to its final destination.
Salt Lake Garfield & Western D.S.9, is seen crossing the Jordan Surplus Canal, on Salt Lake City's west side.
Utah Railway 2003, running light, through Salt Lake, North Yard.
Amtrak leased a group of 15 GP40s from Helm Financial Corporation in the early 1990s. Engine 656 idles between assignments at the Rio Grande depot in Salt Lake City on March 1, 1992. It was built ... (more)
New and consecutively numbered UP SD70Ms pull an American President Line stack train into Salt Lake City for a crew change on June 16, 2000. In the background are construction cranes transforming ... (more)
Visible evidence of the recent UP-CNW merger could be found at North Yard in Salt Lake City on Nov. 10, 1995. CNW SD60 No. 8003 leads a Yermo, California to Hinkle, Oregon manifest freight on Main... (more)
Union Pacific's City of Industry, California to Global 1, Illinois Z-train arrives in Salt Lake City for a crew change just before sundown on Oct. 29, 2016. A West Thunder, Wyoming to Newmont, Nev... (more)
A four pack of Utah Railway four axle EMD units are tied down for the day awaiting their next assignments.
Union Pacific, 1669, leads the Wendover local, through the west Salt Lake desert.
A nearly new SD70AH leads the KG1CIX-19, underneath the signal bridge at 600 North, in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Golden Hour
A Daybreak-bound TRAX Red Line train navigates down the center of 400 South in downtown Salt Lake City. The train's origin is the University of Utah, which is visible in the background.
Union Pacific's Ogden-Roper autorack train rolls through C784, the train is just a few miles from it's destination, after having traveled all of the way from Cheyenne early that morning.
This Utah Transit Authority southbound FrontRunner train is about to slow for the North Temple stop in downtown Salt Lake City where a transfer to TRAX light rail can be made. It is passing a Trac... (more)