A well-timed break in the clouds greets a UTA train as they arrive in American Fork.
Due to a downturn in traffic, G&W decided that Utah Railway no longer needs the MK50-3s and will transfer them to the Kyle Railroad. After all six units were rounded up in Provo, two of them were ... (more)
With snowy 11,752 ft. Mount Timpanogos looming in the background, the Southern Pacific Heritage engine leads a West Colton to Roper manifest freight through American Fork on Dec. 19, 2015.
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)
An empty dirty dirt train from Columbia Junction, Utah heads west to Oakland, California for another load on May 10, 2015. A week of very wet weather has blanketed the upper reaches of 11,752 ft. ... (more)
A sparkling clean SP AC4400CW leads an 87 car DVROM west through American Fork on July 11, 1996.
While Mt. Timpanogos plays peek-a-boo through the clouds, Union Pacific's PVSC train rambles through American Fork, Utah on Nov. 22, 1986. The Missouri Pacific (yes, MP) GP40 No. 651 was built as ... (more)
Southern Pacific's KCOAT rolls through American Fork with 10,908 ft. Mt. Cascade in the background on June 16, 1996.
Southern Pacific's UT04L local awaits a relief crew tied down on the American Fork siding on April 21, 1996.
Some of the last new DC traction locomotives acquired from GE and EMD by the Southern Pacific meet at American Fork, Utah on Jan. 2, 1995.
While trackwork continues on the Leamington Cutoff, UP is sending trains from Lynndyl to Salt Lake City via the Sharp and Provo Subdivisions. A rerouted ITSLN-06 "K-Line" stacker slows t... (more)
Southern Pacific's 'Dirt Train' local passes through American Fork with eight EMDs and 18 cars on New Year's Eve, 1994. The consist includes the SP 8652, DRGW 5409, DRGW 3137, DRGW 3101, DRGW 3085... (more)
Southern Pacific's 68 car UT04L local roars east through American Fork while the SP 9609 awaits a relief crew on Dec. 17, 1994.
A speed lettered SD45T-2 leads a 58 car Roseville to Alton & Southern (St. Louis) manifest through Utah County east of American Fork on Aug. 28, 1994.
While thunderstorms pound the nearby Wasatch Mountains, a Southern Pacific Denver to Roper manifest departs American Fork siding on Aug. 14, 1994.