A Grande Lash-UpThe early days of merged railroads are often interesting, as a wide variety of railroads and paint schemes show up far from their old homes. Such was the case in Ro... (more)
Rio Grande 3130 and 3131 pull the Midvale Tramp into the Kennecott Copper Corp. interchange yard above the town of Magna on June 12, 1998.
Rio Grande local #675 makes a switch move with a handful of ballast empties, a bulkhead flat, and a caboose on the Geneva Pipe Mill Spur in Vineyard. Snowy 11,749 ft. Mt. Timpanogos looms in the b... (more)
Rio Grande local #676 enters Provo Yard with a sizable train of ballast loads from the Geneva Pipe Mill Spur in Vineyard. Conductor Neal Thorpe is pictured emerging from the the 3130's cab.
When the D&RGW removed its first generation EMDs from local duties out of Provo in October 1984, it assigned GP40 and GP40-2s as replacement power. The 3130, built by EMD in March 1983, takes a br... (more)
Amtrak's California Zephyr train #6 drifts downgrade along the Price River approaching Kyune.
DRGW 3130 still has all of its lights as it leads a CSX to SP stack train across the New Orleans Terminal at East City in 1996.