While Union Pacific's 13.27 mile Little Mountain Branch in Northern Utah wasn't particularly photogenic, the 'money shot' for me was this perspective with the Wasatch Mountains about a mile and a ... (more)
A pair of EMD SD40T-2s and GP40-2s pull forest products train No. 136 east through Spanish Fork Canyon on June 13, 1987.
A Southern Pacific mixed freight departs Provo Junction for Roper Yard on May 20, 1991. The SP 8016, a GE B39-8, was built new for the Southern Pacific in August 1987.
A UP train conductor takes in the spectacle of Bear River Gorge while his St. Louis to Oakland piggyback train emerges from 211 ft. Tunnel 155 while crossing Bridge 45.03 on detour around a Wyomin... (more)
My favorite second generation diesel locomotive is the EMD GP30. The semi-streamlined exterior design was created by the GM Automotive Styling Center at Troy, Michigan. A grand total of 948 of the... (more)
Steam on the Denver & Rio Grande Western standard gauge in 1977? Yes indeed! A 150-ton Bucyrus derrick was called out of Roper Yard to clean up an eight car derailment at Provo Yard on March 4, 19... (more)
A Chicago & North Western SD60 leads a colorful Yermo to North Platte mixed freight, departing North Yard in Salt Lake City on May 9, 1994.
Union Pacific business car Arden was built in 1950 by Pullman Standard as coach No. 5449. It was rebuilt in 1952 to the business car Arden without ever seeing regular passenger service. The car wa... (more)
Union Pacific's Cache Valley Local shoves three loads of plastic pellets for Presto Products Co. in Lewiston.
Minutes after sundown and early in the 'blue hour', a trio of EMD 70 series motors pull a lengthy K-Line stacker west through Lake Point on Aug. 27, 2015.
Three Way Meet at Third North Crossing
Dawn in Spanish Fork Canyon
An American President Line stack train emerges from 211 ft. Tunnel 155 while on detour through Utah's Bear River Gorge on April 30, 1994.
American President Line stacks detour through Utah's Bear River Gorge on April 30, 1994.
With six HOGX stock cars, two SD40-2s, a C30-7, and an SD50 for power, the North Platte to Los Angeles Trailers pulls west through Tintic Valley approaching 6061 ft. Boulter Summit on May 7, 1994.