The classic profile of an EMD GP30 takes a spin on the Roper Wye prior to journeying east on the Provo Local to Geneva Steel.
In Nov. 1967, Pullman-Standard built eleven 40 ft. High Cube Box Cars for the D&RGW for Whirlpool appliance service. D&RGW 67422 had Equipco load dividers and was assigned to load on the Erie Lack... (more)
Rio Grande #6001 Alco PA1+PB1+PA1 are in charge of the 'California Zephyr' at Grand Junction, Colorado. Both east and westbound were fueled and watered at facilities on either end of the depot p... (more)
Photographed minutes after sunrise, Rio Grande's Railblazer train 103 does its best to awaken the residents living in Provo on July 7, 1988. For the history fans, the photographer is standing on t... (more)
Viewed from the famed Royal Gorge suspension bridge, a westbound Rio Grande local has just cleared the hanging bridge, and is continuing toward Salida and Tennessee Pass. These tracks are still ac... (more)
A warm October '93 afternoon finds SP's Midvale Tramp climbing the 2.4% of the Bingham Branch near Copperton. Gondolas and wood chip cars are loaded with scrap tin, bound for the copper precipitat... (more)
After picking up a tank car at Chem Spur, Union Pacific’s West Local heads for Rocky Spur through Barbara Gulch just east of Rocky, Colorado, on December 16, 1997. Powering the local are venerable... (more)
With a quartet of EMD GP60s for power, SP's hot Oakland to Denver Forwarder snakes through Price Canyon on Sept. 4, 1993.
Three of the Rio Grande's 17 SD50s meet in Spanish Fork Canyon on Sept. 19, 1993. The 5514 (and SD40T-2 5387) are parked on the House Track, awaiting an eastbound train to shove to Soldier Summit ... (more)
T-Motors on the Zephyr: Amtrak’s eastbound California Zephyr has some extra power in the form of two Rio Grande Tunnel Motors on July 7, 1988, as the train flies through Geneva, Utah. EMD SD40T-2s... (more)
Rio Grande GP60 No. 3154 was built by EMD as a wreck replacement unit for the Southern Pacific Railroad in May of 1990. The fancy silver striping along the nose and frame were added to class it up... (more)
Rio Grande's well maintained Bantam 'Rail Roader' crane D40 takes some time off at Riverton on Sept. 2, 1993.
Rio Grande's one and only 'chop nose' SD9 works at the hump yard in Grand Junction on June 14, 1981.
The last GP7 on the Rio Grande roster pauses between switch moves at Provo Yard on Feb. 15, 1976.
At the end of a long summer day, SP's Tintic Local rambles through southern Utah County with 39 loads of dolomite for Geneva Steel.