The Wendover Local arrives in Salt Lake City while the sun sets on on a beautiful March 27, 2015 evening.
Bathed in the rays of a vibrant sunset, a Utah Railway RUT312 local departs UP North Yard for Woods Cross on March 6, 2015. GP40 No. 3002 and GP38 No. 2000 are the last four axle units on the Utah... (more)
A steam-powered passenger train crosses the Great Salt Lake via the causeway in a leaded glass window at the former Union Pacific passenger station in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is, as I understa... (more)
A Union Pacific SD24 awaits its next move at the US Post Office warehouse near the UP passenger station in Salt Lake City. The UP once rostered 34 SD24 'A' units with cabs and 45 'B' cabless boost... (more)
A century apart... Built in 1908-1909, the Union Pacific passenger station served that railroad until the advent of Amtrak in 1971. Later, Amtrak utilized this station from 1976 (when the ... (more)
Union Pacific's inbound St. John Local meets an outbound North Yard to Roper Yard transfer cut at 4th North in Salt Lake City on March 26, 1977. Today's MOGRO and LUE46 local perform much the same... (more)
An interesting combo takes a break at Top End Tower at North Yard in Salt Lake City. March 5, 1977
A Utah Transit Authority Siemens S70 LRV heads south on South Main Street, just south of the City Center stop, in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is a Blue Line train, heading from SLC to Sandy.
Utah Railway conductor Bruce Weaver exits the cab of a Santa Fe GP9u, on loan from the Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railway, at the Amoco Refinery in Salt Lake City. July 5, 1997
A Brandt Road-Transferable Locomotive (RTL) in maintenance of way service, backs down Main 3 to duck in the clear on the Rose Park Spur in Salt Lake City. Brandt is a Canadian company that convert... (more)
A Union Pacific auto train and a work train meet in Salt Lake City on Feb. 21, 2015.
Minutes after a quick crew change at North Yard, the KG1CI-19 departs Salt Lake City on Feb. 21, 2015.
After a quick five minute crew change, a KG1CI-13 stacker departs Salt Lake City for City of Industry, California.
A shiny new GE ES44AH, assigned to a CWTNO9-11 coal train, pauses for a recrew at Union Pacific's North Yard in Salt Lake City.
Utah Transit Authority's RP39-2C No. 901, nicknamed 'Snowflake' is parked in Union Pacific's Fourth South Yard in downtown Salt Lake City. It was built an EMD GP40 in 1967 as the L&N 3025. In 1991... (more)