Heber Valley Railroad's GP9, Great Western No. 296, leads the daily Provo Canyon Limited through Drury's Curve with Mount Timpanogos towering in the background.
Great Western 296 was purchased by the Heber Valley Railroad from a museum in Boulder Colorado and after a thorough mechanical rebuild was tested on a revenue passenger train longside one of their... (more)
Ex Great Western GP9 296 has its first Unassisted trip on the HVRR with the CMO and Engineer Craig in the cab.
Union Pacific 2-8-0 No. 618 pulls a freight train at Heber, Utah, on the evening of February 5, 2007. This night photo setup was part of the activities of a Heber Valley Railroad’s winter photo fr... (more)
The Heber Valley Railroad operates the former D&RGW Provo Canyon Branch, hence its non-historic locomotives are painted in Aspen Gold to celebrate that fact. Here, the afternoon Deer Creek Express... (more)
Heber Valley Railroad's BLH/Whitcomb RS4TC No. 4028 and EMD NW2 No. 1011 make a switch move in the Heber City yard on Sept. 12, 2009.
On February 7, 2006, Union Pacific 2-8-0 No. 618 approaches Decker’s Bay with a freight train surrounded by Utah’s snowy Wasatch Mountains. The train is running alongside an ice-covered Deer Creek... (more)
The early morning sun has just risen, illuminating the locomotive's motion, an area typically lost in shadow.
Heber Valley 1813 departs Vivian Park on the former D&RGW Provo Canyon branch.
Grande gold on the former D&RGW Provo Canyon branch.
Night fall at the Heber Valley Railroad
Heber Valley Railroad No. 1813 pulls a privately chartered evening train across the Provo River at Wildwood.
In some of the last sunlight of February 7, 2006, Union Pacific 2-8-0 No. 618 thunders by near milepost 9 north of Deer Creek, Utah. This is a winter photo freight operated by the Heber Valley Rai... (more)