Built in 1906 by the Oregon Short Line Railroad, this station in Brigham City, Utah, was built in the Craftsman Style of architecture. The OSL, a subsidiary of the Union Pacific. In 1938, UP beg... (more)
A Union Pacific RR train, led by 3668, switches the yard at Brigham City.
The soft morning light bathes a shiny UP 1943 and 10 passenger cars. The train is racing North to Nampa, Idaho.
DD40X 6935 pulls the Wimmer Engineering Special on the Ogden Subdivision.
A pair of SD40-2's (UP 2992 & 3274) switch the yard at Brigham City in the late afternoon.
Returning from Nucor Steel, the Malad Local pulls into the classic Brigham City OSL station just before sundown on Aug. 25, 1994.
The essence of the country train station for me is the presence of agriculture, and in particular, moo cows.
An officer's special from Salt Lake City rambles slowly into Brigham City on Aug. 18, 1993.
The Malad Local rambles along the old pond at Watery Lane in Brigham City on May 9, 1995.
A trio of original Union Pacific SD40-2s roll through the south end of Brigham City yard.
Paint detail on the reproduction UP 119
Union Pacific's Brigham City yard tends to be pretty quiet on Sunday afternoons. July 1, 2012 was no exception with EMD 'old school' SD40-2s awaiting a Monday morning call to duty on locals both n... (more)
The rural character of Brigham City is exemplified in this view of the Oregon Short Line cut stone depot along Forest Street west of downtown.
Built by subsidiary Oregon Short Line Railroad, Union Pacific's passenger depot at Brigham City greets another day in Utah's Box Elder County.
Union Pacific's Cache Valley Local prepares to depart Brigham City Yard for work at Cache Junction and Trenton.