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.
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
Conducting the world's most exclusive railfan club, AKA the Lexington Group, on its tour of the magnificence of western North Carolina is the equally magnificent assemblage of well seasoned motive... (more)
NS 956 heads west from Allison
NS 955 makes her way through Green at Rome, GA
NS 956 has crested Linden Hill, and is descending into the Shenandoah Valley.
The NS OCS with the NS 4270 leading B units NS 4275 and NS 4276 roll across the West Virginia countryside on the way back to Altoona after completing a trip to Georgia.
NS 955 running as a deadhead to Atlanta from Ohio makes their way through CP-Green in Rome, GA