A 116 car DVROM snakes through Kyune along the Price River on a sunny Nov. 9, 1996 afternoon.
Under the watchful eye of 10,689 ft. Loafer Mountain, Rio Grande SD40T-2s 5347, 5406, 5383, and 5371 lead a 44 car RODVM through Spanish Fork Canyon on Feb. 8, 1997.
Merry Christmas from Maintenance of Way!
A surprisingly clean 50 ft. ACF Spartan Easy Loader double door box car is pictured in Spanish Fork Canyon on Nov. 16, 1996. D&RGW 63790 is from a series of 100 cars built new in May 1963 for the ... (more)
A colorful power consist leads the RVKCM east through West Gilluly as viewed from East Gilluly on the opposite side of Spanish Fork Canyon, Oct. 5, 1996. Track profile charts indicate the photogra... (more)
And they're off!
Union Pacific's inbound Provo turn meets an outbound Provo to Ogden manifest at University Avenue on Nov. 9, 1996. Plenty of merger power here including both repainted MoPac and CNW units.
Rio Grande SD40T-2s 5403, 5396, 5374, and 5387 pull a 67 car Roper to Denver manifest along the Price River approaching Kyune on a chilly Oct. 12, 1996 morning.
The deep rumble and roar of 20 cylinder EMD prime movers echo off the canyon walls as the OANSF climbs a 3% grade from Pando to Tennessee Pass on Sept. 27, 1996.
A pair of SP GP60s lead the Malta Turn out of Minturn Yard with 25 cars on Sept. 27, 1996. Russell snowplow X-67, built for the Rio Grande in Jan. 1950, awaits an opportunity to clear the yard of ... (more)
Approaching the small town of Eagle, Colorado, an SGVCC coal empty rambles through scenic Red Canyon on Sept. 26, 1996.
Good Morning Colorado! A lineup of Southern Pacific power await a chance to tackle Tennessee Pass spotted at Minturn Yard on Sept. 27, 1996. Winter has a tendency to arrive early in Minturn, some ... (more)
A snow squall hits 10,424 ft. Tennessee Pass while the SGVCC glides through the famous Mitchell curves on Sept. 26, 1996.
A trio of SP AC4400CWs lead an SGVCC coal empty west along the Arkansas River near Princeton on Sept. 26, 1996.
Minutes after a crew change at Minturn, the OANSF meets brilliant fall foliage on the ascent to 10,424 ft. Tennessee Pass on Sept. 26, 1996.