Bathed in steam on a cold, damp morning of May 8, 2019, Union Pacific Big Boy No. 4014 descends the Wasatch grade at Castle Rock, Utah. Next stop—Echo.
The hills were alive with people as 4014 passed through Echo Canyon on its short trip to Evanston on Mother's Day. It was truly a moving experience to see and hear 4014 pass through Castle Rock.
#4014 and #844 emerge from a short tunnel on the eastward climb several miles from the Utah-Wyoming state line.
Union Pacific Big Boy No. 4014 leads the 150th anniversary of the Golden Spike passenger special downgrade toward Echo Canyon at Castle Rock, Utah, in a cold rain on the morning of May 8, 2019.
The Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 Big Boy #4014 and “the little engine” 4-8-4 #844 lead the first ever publicly-ridden excursion eastbound through Castle Rock, Utah on the way to Evanston, Wyoming.
4014/844 east pull through a cut as they head east from Ogden, Utan to Evanston, Wyoming
4014/844 East from Ogden to Evanston, Wyoming
On a cold and damp morning, UP 4014 leads the train West into Echo canyon as it coasts down grade at Castle Rock.
Union Pacific passenger equipment from Great Race train dead heads East after sunset.
An eastbound freight exits the tunnel at Castle Rock as the train climbs the 1.14% grade
UP 844 and 3985 are on the outbound journey to the Sacramento Railfair.
Three UP GE's are just enough to hold this loaded coal train from Black Buttes, Wyoming down the grade from Wahsatch through Castle Rock, Utah along UP's Evanston Subdivision on July 24, 2017. The... (more)
UP 844 with the Boise Turn Special near Castle Rock, Utah.
Our first sighting of the day of UP 1996 was at Castle Rock, Utah. Just a few miles from the Wyoming boarder.
A brand new UP ET44AC trails on an eastbound intermodal through Castle Rock, Utah.