Heber Valley Railroad's 'Provo Canyon Limited' waits in front of the Heber City depot on a summer morning.
Heber Valley Railroad's GP9, Great Western No. 296, leads the daily Provo Canyon Limited through Drury's Curve with Mount Timpanogos towering in the background.
UTAH RAILWAY 6061, one of only two locomotives left on the line in the classic red and gray paint scheme, leads the Sunday RUT 611 past the remains of Geneva Steel just before sunset.
Former Kennecott Copper Corporation 799 is still working on home rails (albeit with a patch) along with SSRX 3510 at the company's Garfield smelter.
SLG&W D.S. 10 has just completed switching at the Salt Lake International Center and is heading for the mainline on a hot summer morning.
UTA Frontrunner train No. 5 prepares to depart Provo Station as the last Northbound train of the night. No. 21 will remain here until morning. To celebrate the start of the new school year, Provo'... (more)
CTS 487 and 489 lead the first train of the season towards Cumbres Pass.
D&RGW 315 being turned near the snowshed at Cumbres Summit.
Nevada Northern No. 40 heads towards Keystone with a work train.
Soviet-built narrow gauge 0-8-0 Gr. 280 waiting for a highball in the village of Tauzhnya, Ukraine.
Royal Gorge F7 No. 402 is out of service and on display in front of the old Santa Fe depot in Canon City.
D&RGW K-27 No. 463 drifts downhill from Cumbres Pass with the first Eastbound train of the 2017 season.
D&RGW 315 deadheads uphill towards Cumbres Pass to pick up its dinner train.