Utah Railway's, RUT312, rolls through North Yard. Downtown Salt Lake City, and the mighty Wasatch Mountains, lay in the background.
Four Utah Railway MK50-3s storm out of Helper, Utah, with a westbound coal train in for a climb up through the Price River Canyon and over Soldier Summit on the afternoon of June 22, 2004.
A unique visitor to the BNSF engine servicing facility was UTAH 5003, a MK-50-3 engine that was originally built in 1994 for the Southern Pacific.
A Utah Railway tanker train heads towards Lynn, UT near Soldier Summit
Wow, I went to the Utah Railway in 2002 as an "emergency" trip because the MK5000Cs were having trouble, hoping to get some in the consists. And here we are in 2017, and the Utah railwa... (more)
Due to a downturn in traffic, G&W decided that Utah Railway no longer needs the MK50-3s and will transfer them to the Kyle Railroad. After all six units were rounded up in Provo, two of them were ... (more)
The only train left to travel over Soldier Summit to the UTAH shops is symbol HUTAHJ-16, led by a rare red & yellow SD50S and MK5000's as it prepares to bring a large train of tankers up the steep... (more)
HIAWATHA UT Aug. 22 1981 -- Utah Railway RSD-15s 403, 401 and 402 belch smoke as they apply tractive effort to a cut of cars.
Utah Railway and Union Pacific coal trains meet deep in Price Canyon at East Kyune on Sept. 22, 2000.
A quartet of EMD SD40s lead a Utah Railway coal empty east through Price Canyon at Castle Gate on Jan. 20, 1992.
Former Rio Grande unit DRGW 3032 (GP35) leads a pack of Utah Railway helper engines under US-6 through fresh snow. The locomotives originated from the Utah Railway Martin engine house and would so... (more)
Utah Railway's RUT311 local waits patiently in the siding at Buena Vista while Union Pacific's Wendover Local departs Salt Lake City for the Silver State on Dec. 28, 2016.
Forty years ago today, Utah Railway Alco RSD-4s No. 300, 301, 302, 305 and RSD-5 No. 306 are ready to haul a Martin Turn out of Provo Yard on December 26, 1976.
Utah Railway Alco RSD-15 No. 403 rests at Provo Yard after returning from Martin with a coal train on May 28, 1977. The 403 was built the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 847 in June of 1960.