Heber Valley's former Great Western 2-8-0 #75 had the honors this day in September of 2001. Today she is under restoration with hopes to get her ready very soon now that Heber's former UP #618 ha... (more)
Great Western 2-8-0 No. 75 undergoing heavy repair inside the Heber City shop. Steam mechanic Dave Loyola, formerly with the Niles Canyon Railway, was hard at work inside the firebox - his first ... (more)
Operating on a short stretch of the Salt Lake, Garfield, and Western (aka "Saltair Route), Great Western #75 was in service as part of the celebration of the 100 year anniversary of the driving of... (more)
No. 75 smokes it up on the head end of a photo charter. The stock car is not the real deal. It's a movie prop left over from the filming of "Geronimo."
Great Western 75 is working hard on the upgrade pull out of Provo Canyon. Week's Bench is the site of a rock quarry used from 1939-41 during the construction of Deer Creek Dam.
Photo runby with Great Western 75 near the Decker's Bay siding.
Great Western 75 and Union Pacific 618 switching freight cars in the Heber City yard.
Steaming along Deer Creek Lake. This was the first public photo freight sponsered by the Heber Valley Railroad itself.
Runby at Decker Bay with former Great Western No. 75. All of the equipment seen in this photo is now out of service, with the exception of the tank car and the hopper.
Great Western 75 switches freight cars not long after it was put back into service by the Heber Valley. It only ran for a few years before needing major mechanical work.
A drive wheel off of 2-8-0 75 in the shop at Heber, seen through the windows of its cab which is also sitting on the shop floor.