A pair of Chicago & North Western SD60s and Union Pacific SD40-2s pull 104 loads of Minntac iron ore bound for Geneva Steel on July 6, 1994.
'Old Smokey' pulls an 89 car Provo-Ogden mixed freight through East Midvale on July 7, 1994. The old Rio Grande signal bridge, complete with General Railway Signal searchlights, is now on display ... (more)
An American President Line stack train, originating in Oakland, California, rolls through Woods Cross with the Phillips 66 refinery and the Bingham Canyon Copper Mine in the background.
UP 5799 is looking a little rough with no American flag or Union Pacific logo. I assume it has been repaired after some fire damage.
A proud display of railroading can be found at the museum in Ogden, UT, including this veteran of the Rio Grande.
Eastbound unit coal empties of Deseret Power Railway swing through a “s curve” at milepost 24 in colorful and remote Coyote Basin, Utah, on October 20, 2015.
A freshly painted GE C41-8W leads an 80 car Yermo to North Platte manifest through scenic Echo Canyon at 07:56 a.m. on June 4, 1994.
Chicago & North Western and Union Pacific C40-8s pull 120 Minntac iron ore empties from Geneva Steel through Riverton on June 8, 1994.
The sun continues to rise as Amtrak's California Zephyr highballs through the Utah desert with on its daily eastward run through the desolate American west.
Union Pacific's Pioneer Local switches in the Salt Lake Union Stockyards near the Flying J. Refinery on June 10, 1994.
A Union Pacific Salt Lake City to Oakland stack train roars through Ellerbeck along the former WP on June 17, 1994.
Union Pacific priority Los Angeles to North Platte Z train emerges from the Curvo flyover in upper Echo Canyon while approaching Tunnel No. 6 on June 4, 1994.
UP C40-8 No. 9261 and SD60 No. 6068 pull a hot Los Angeles to North Platte Z train east through Henefer in Weber Canyon on May 29, 1994.
Minutes after the passage of a big thunder storm, the City of Los Angeles steam special awaits departure from Salt Lake City for Ogden, Green River, and Cheyenne.
Union Pacific 3985 is a four-cylinder simple articulated 4-6-6-4 Challenger-type steam locomotive. It was built in 1943 by the American Locomotive Company of Schenectady, New York. The Challenger ... (more)