A Utah Railway coal empty races a Ford Futura through Springville the afternoon of Feb. 24, 1988.
Time for a Safety Meeting
King of the Mountain: Four F40PH EMDs lead a 17 car California Zephyr east through Spanish Fork Canyon on New Year's Eve, 1990.
Like it or not, you have to wait your turn.
A Cascade Green F45 leads a Utah Railway Wattis to IPP coal train into Provo Yard on Nov. 21, 1987.
New UP ES44AC No. 8000 leads a short MRONY train near the Thistle Tunnels of Spanish Fork Canyon on June 29, 2013.
Union Pacific's Council Bluffs to Long Beach intermodal is back on the move after a crew change at North Yard on May 10, 2015.
One of Utah Railway's three GP40s has emerged from Genesee & Wyoming's Panama City, Florida shops, rebuilt to GP40-3 standards wearing a fresh coat of G&W paint. The 3000 was built Baltimore & Ohi... (more)
An empty dirty dirt train from Columbia Junction, Utah heads west to Oakland, California for another load on May 10, 2015. A week of very wet weather has blanketed the upper reaches of 11,752 ft. ... (more)
A quartet of red and gray Utah Railway motors lead the RUT611 local through Riverton on Mother's Day, 2015.
A matched quartet of ex-Southern Pacific SD45s lead a Utah Railway coal train on the Rio Grande west of Rio on Feb. 21, 1987.
So, a loaded coal train on Main 1 derails while at the same time a coal empty passes by on Main 2 and derails as well. What are the chances? Yes, this did happen in Price Canyon on Sept. 26, 2007 ... (more)
A Utah Railway GP40 navigates the Midvale Wye on a chilly January 11, 2010 afternoon.
A new SD40T-2 leads a Rio Grande freight through the mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon on May 13, 1976.
Hustle Muscle on Soldier Summit