A quartet of Santa Fe motors pull 78 platforms of stacks through Arizona's Coconino National Forest on Oct. 5, 1995.
From the last order of new cabooses, Santa Fe 999574 trails a westbound auto train through Arizona's Coconino National Forest on April 3, 1989. The 999574 was a member of Santa Fe's Ce-11 class of... (more)
A Brandt Road-Transferable Locomotive (RTL) in maintenance of way service, backs down Main 3 to duck in the clear on the Rose Park Spur in Salt Lake City. Brandt is a Canadian company that convert... (more)
Back on the move after the crews swapped trains, Utah Railway loaded and empty coal trains depart Kyune the evening of June 17, 1990.
A Utah Railway Wattis to Intermountain Power coal train glides through Spanish Fork Canyon approaching Castilla on Aug. 20, 1988.
Utah Railway SD45 No. 9147 in a new custom paint job, awaits a morning car to the coal mines of Carbon County on Aug. 1, 1988.
A quartet of Utah Railway SD45s lead 84 loads of Wattis Plateau coal through Springville, bound for Intermountain Power near Lynndyl, Utah.
On the morning on July 27, 1980, an A-B-B-B-B-A set of EMD F7s pull a train of Atlantic City iron ore through a broad valley near South Pass, Wyoming. By noon, United States Steel will interchange... (more)
A four unit manned point helper leads a hot Burlington Northern intermodal train east at West End, Montana on May 26, 1986. The helper set was added to the train at Bozeman and will be cut off at ... (more)
Burlington Northern EMD SD40-2 No. 7919, GE B30-7AB No. 4020, and EMD GP9 No. 1729 pull eastbound tonnage up Bozeman Pass at Trail Creek, Montana on May 26, 1986.
A pair of Utah Railway RSD-15s and a single RSD-12 lead a train of brand new Rock Island hopper cars loading coal via a conveyor system on July 24, 1979. Mohrland was the furthest point that the U... (more)
A group of wreck damaged Union Pacific hopper cars await an uncertain future at Utah Railway's Provo Yard on June 15, 1979.
UP track inspector Frank Gonzales gives photographer Belmont a friendly wave as he goes about his job of keeping the Lynndyl Subdivision safe for trains on Feb. 24, 2015.
An interesting lash up of engines lead UP's hot ZLAAH east through Erda on Feb. 24, 2015. The NS 2564 is an EMD SD70, built for Conrail in Sept. 1998.
With the Oquirrh Mountains in the background, Union Pacific's KLBG2X stacker rambles east through Erda with the Chicago & North Western Heritage engine in the lead.