With 2 of the SD50S 6063 and 6064 reportedly sold to Metro East Industries. That will leave us with 3 SD50S on the Utah Railway. Two grey and red, and one orange. The two are the last Utah locomot... (more)
Utah Railway's RUT611-18 sweeps under the 114th's South bridge on it's journey between Provo and Ogden, a journey of roughly 90 miles. The locomotives pictured are two of UTAH's unique SD50S ('S' ... (more)
A trio of Utah Railway SD40s led by UTAH 9003 is seen at the crest of Soldier Summit with the train stretched back down over the grade. This angle of the train shows how the grade tailed off here... (more)
Gone but not forgotten... As I looked through old slides today and found shots taken during this week from the 1980s and 1990s, I pulled this one as a memory to the Utah Railway that once hauled c... (more)
Two Utah Railway SD50S, 6062, 6060, lead the Provo to Ogden manifest on Sunday night. Utah Railway 6062 is one of the three remaining units in the grey and red paint scheme on the roster.
MK50-3's and SD50S's maneuver the curve of the Price River canyon with a loaded coal train. Sadly Utah Railway is now out of the coal business, and the MK50-3 are gone.
Four Utah Railway SD40's head in on the Martin branch with an empty coal train.
Utah Railway has done their part with this IPP coal train. It has recently arrived at the Springville yard. The train will be turned over to Union Pacific and finish the rest of the journey to the... (more)
The end of the road for former Great Northern 435. 23 years later Utah Railway 6608, is being scraped out / parts donor. The cab will live on, for use in a commuter locomotive. This is taking plac... (more)
Four MPI SD40's pull a loaded coal train through the Price River Canyon.
Utah Railway F45 6606 with it's flying U and SD45 9140, sit in front of Utah Railway's Martin shops. 9140 was a unique half harted attempt at a custom Utah Railway paint job.
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