SP's UTO4L departs the Geneva Steel mill headed for the mainline on May 1, 1993. The second engine is SP SD7R No. 1517. Make sure you check out the Google Map in Satellite mode to view the extent ... (more)
Rio Grande's Ogden Local pauses briefly for a clear signal to enter Grant Tower in Salt Lake City. D&RGW 3002 was built by EMD for the Rio Grande in April 1962.
SP's Skyline to Intermountain Power coal train begins its 50 mile descent from Soldier Summit to Provo Yard on March 6, 1993.
A quartet of EMD SD40T-2s lead an SP mixed freight along the Price River near Kyune on Sept. 5, 1992.
SP's hot DVOAF climbs west through Castle Gate on Aug. 21, 1992.
A BNSF Railway grain empty emerges from the Thistle Tunnels via trackage rights on UP's Provo Subdivision.
SP's Eugene to Grand Junction mixed freight rambles through the Fourth South Yard in downtown Salt Lake City. This real estate is now occupied by Amtrak and Utah Transit Authority's Salt Lake Cent... (more)
SP's Alton & Southern to Roper mixed freight arrives at its final destination in South Salt Lake on Sept. 28, 1992.
A Union Pacific crude oil train navigates the Detour 'sag', beginning 13 miles of a constant 2% climb to 7440 ft. Soldier Summit.
By mid-2002, there were still 47 former Rio Grande EMD SD40T-2 “Tunnel Motors” roaming the Union Pacific system, but only seven were not patched (renumbered) or painted yellow. At this time, four ... (more)
SP's Trona to Skyline coal empty awaits a relief crew at Roper Yard in South Salt Lake. It appears the train has brought with it a souvenir from Donner Pass.
Southern Pacific's 80 car Eugene to Chicago manifest climbs east near Castilla on Sept. 13, 1992.
Southern Pacific's East St. Louis to Oakland intermodal cruises west through Riverton on Cinco de Mayo, 1992.
On Union Pacific's original transcontinental mainline, SD70M 5022 urges freight eastward through Echo Canyon, Utah near Emory, on Sept. 29, 2005.
Traipsing through the blooming rabbitbrush, UP 5505 C45AC ushers an eastbound hotshot through Echo Canyon, Utah on Sept. 29, 2005.