OSL #1068 traverses the ledge above Deer Creek Reservoir.
OSL #1068 works its way up Casperville Hill.
Great Western 296 was purchased by the Heber Valley Railroad from a museum in Boulder Colorado and after a thorough mechanical rebuild was tested on a revenue passenger train longside one of their... (more)
The Heber Valley Railroad operates the former D&RGW Provo Canyon Branch, hence its non-historic locomotives are painted in Aspen Gold to celebrate that fact. Here, the afternoon Deer Creek Express... (more)
Night fall at the Heber Valley Railroad
A freight train powered by Union Pacific 2-8-0 No. 618 crosses the trestle over Snake Creek at Charleston, Utah, on a winter photo freight operated by Heber Valley Railroad on February 7, 2006.
Heber Valley Railroad's 'Provo Canyon Limited' crosses Snake Creek trestle in Charleston on Oct. 15, 2015.
Heber Valley Railroad's 'Pumpkin Train' rolls through peak color fall foliage near Charleston on Oct. 15, 2015.
With fall colors at their peak, UP 618 barks upgrade from the Provo River crossing to Casperville Road in Charleston.
A warm-water spring and cold temperatures create early morning fog as Oregon Short Line 1068 (Union Pacific 618) crosses a wooden trestle on the Heber Valley during a winter photo event.
Some people have a favorite tourist line locomotive. I have a favorite tourist line freight car. This way cool Sinclair tank car on the Heber Valley not only looks good but is also functional -- i... (more)
Wasatch Mountain Railway 2-8-2 No. 35 whistles through Charleston the evening of June 1, 1975.