Rio Grande 3101, 3111, and 3148 lead an eight car PRGVR local along the Tintic Branch on Feb. 10, 1995. A short spur leading to Moroni Feed at the Spanish Fork Sugar Factory is in the foreground.
After taking a short break at the Pit Stop in Spanish Fork, D&RGW crew members Doug Miller, Shirl Jackman and Glade Collard pose for the camera on Feb. 10, 1995. Rio Grande employees are some of t... (more)
Rio Grande and UP/SP power being serviced.
On a snowy February morning in 1989, a second section of Rio Grande's Pueblo to Ogden auto train kicks up some fresh Utah powder at Provo Junction.
The second section of Rio Grande's 126 train heads east through Midvale with a long train of forest products from Oregon.
During a brief break in the clouds, the sun illuminates Rio Grande's 101 train blasting west through the first of four grade crossings in Provo City on March 8, 1987. Since commuter rail came to t... (more)
Rio Grande train #146 curves downgrade along the Price River approaching Lynn.
SP's PRGVR 'Elberta Turn' meets UP's CSRLA (Sharp, UT - Los Angeles, CA) export coal train at the Payson trestle in southern Utah County. The UP train had stopped briefly for a red signal at CP C7... (more)
A trio of Rio Grande four axle EMDs lead SP's PRGVR (Provo to Geneva, Road-switcher) down the Tintic Branch with 15 cars for Spanish Fork. This right of way at Dry Creek is now lined with new home... (more)
Rio Grande's Montrose Local does its best to outrun an approaching storm system along Highway 50 near Delta, Colorado.
Northbound CalTrain commuter train about to pass a pair of classic DRGW & SP EMDs.