A short Dirt Train local glides west through Kyune on April 2, 1994.
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.
On a sunny but chilly Presidents Day '94, SP's Midvale Tramp rolls slowly through West Jordan with 3 cars for Southwire and 58 for Kennecott Copper Corp.
A BNSF Railway grain train curves along the Price River at Kyune via trackage rights on UP's Provo Subdivision.
UP 3212 and 3214 lead a 15 car LUJ51 local east through Henefer on Jan. 17, 2014. The '51 will trade cars with the '61 at Echo and return west to Riverdale Yard in Ogden.
A colorful K-Line stacker heads west through Salt Lake City on Feb. 2, 2014.
The Provo-Lynndyl turn glides west through rural Utah County approaching Payson.
UP's super hot ZCIG1 roars east through Henefer on Jan. 17, 2014.
The ZNPOA glides through Devils Slide the afternoon of Jan. 25, 2014.
On President's Day two decades ago, SP's Midvale Tramp climbs from the Jordan River crossing to Midvale on the Bingham Branch. In recent times, the landscape here been altered in a fundamental way... (more)