The Rio Grande Zephyr train 17 roars west through the dual signal bridges at Geneva on June 28, 1975. Only 43 miles remain of the 575 mile journey from Denver to Salt Lake City.
The 'Silver Sky' dome observation car trails the Rio Grande Zephyr through Spanish Fork Canyon the evening of June 28, 1975.
Rio Grande's 'Wilson McCarthy' business car adds a touch of class to the Rio Grande Zephyr stopped briefly at the Provo Passenger Station in 1974.
A Fairmont Speeder emits a pungent cloud of smoke while a Rio Grande track inspector begins his day keeping the right of way safe for the movement of trains. Sept. 1975
Rio Grande's 668 local departs Provo on the main for Keigley on the Tintic Branch.
Jim Ozment, Utah Division Engineer for the D&RGW (with his trademark smoking pipe) performs minor track work along the Marysvale Branch near Indianola.
The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 18 arrives at Provo the morning of July 6, 1975.
A short Dirt Train local glides west through Kyune on April 2, 1994.
Posed in basic black and imitation gold, Rio Grande's GP9 #5931 in original paint scheme. Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer listed on slide.
The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 18 departs Provo station for Spanish Fork Canyon, Soldier Summit, Price Canyon and points east. Scanned from a Kodak Plus-X negative exposed through a 35mm Canon FT... (more)
Members of the Rocky Mountain Railroad Club await the arrival of the Rio Grande Zephyr at Provo station. Scanned from a Kodak Plus-X negative exposed through a 35mm Canon FT camera. Sept. 1975
The conductor of the Rio Grande Zephyr checks tickets and baggage prior to departure from Provo. Scanned from a Kodak Plus-X negative exposed through a 35mm Canon FT camera. Sept. 1975
A Rio Grande SD7 idles away the evening spotted just outside the Provo yard office. Scanned from a Kodak Plus-X negative exposed through a 35mm Canon FT camera. Sept. 1975
Oops! An errant box car has wedged itself into the side of a Rio Grande SW1200 near the wye at Roper Yard in South Salt Lake. Perhaps a steel chain and careful maneuvering will take care of it.
Four EMD GP60s and a single GP40-2 lead SP's hot Oakland to Denver Forwarder approaching Spanish Fork Canyon on March 27, 1994.