The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 18 glides east along the scenic Book Cliffs through Utah's Green River Desert on April 13, 1979.
The Denver & Rio Grande Western attempted to discontinue service of its Rio Grande Zephyr passenger trains between Grand Junction and Salt Lake City many times. One of the 'close calls' happened i... (more)
The half mile or so of trackage just south of Union Pacific’s North Yard in Salt Lake City is a great place to see trains. Lots of trains and very good public access. This shot shows the MOGRO-24 ... (more)
Twilight for No. 5371: The final Rio Grande locomotive (road number and paint) on the Union Pacific slumbers under the yard lights at Helper, Utah, in the twilight of November 5, 2007.
A quartet of Alco RSD-15s and a single RSD-12 lead a train of coal empties into Martin Yard on Feb. 19, 1977.
An eastbound manifest powers up on the approach to Spanish Fork Canyon on Feb. 19, 1977.
An EMD SW9 takes a break in Union Pacific's Riverdale Yard in Ogden on Feb. 27, 1977. The 1844 would be rebuilt as an SW10, released the UP 1217 on March 30, 1981.
A matched pair of EMD GP40s lead Utah Railway's RUT311 local through North Yard in Salt Lake City. The 3001 was built for the Baltimore & Ohio in Oct. 1971 while the 3002 for the Western Pacific i... (more)
A well powered ZLAAH pulls into North Yard in Salt Lake City for a quick crew change on Aug. 14, 2014.
The Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympics SD70M leads UP's Denver to Salt Lake City expedited intermodal west of Ogden on Aug. 16, 2014.
UP's Fourth South Switcher meets a UTA FrontRunner commute at Second South in Salt Lake City. Aug. 14, 2014
A new EMD SD70AH leads the Hinkle to Roper manifest through Salt Lake City on Aug. 17, 2014.
A new GE ES44AH leads the Hinkle to Roper manifest through Salt Lake City on Aug. 19, 2014.
Rio Grande SW1200 No. 134 sets out loads and picks up empties at the Newspaper Agency Corp. warehouse in downtown Salt Lake City on Jan. 3, 1996.
A Burlington Northern & Santa Fe trackage rights manifest glides west down Union Pacific's Provo Subdivision through Spanish Fork Canyon on July 24, 1997.