Union Pacific Long Beach to Denver intermodal ZLBDV-05 is seen at Echo with a "broken wing" GE leading.
The 49er, UP train number 48, (8 cars 35 MPH) is seen near Echo Utah on October 23rd 1937. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
An eastbound Union Pacific freight passes the massive red sandstone rocks of Echo Canyon just east of Echo, Utah, on February 8, 2007.
UP 4014 and UP 844 double-head the UP steam special that departed Ogden, UT earlier that day, seen here passing underneath the towering red rock formations in Echo Canyon on its way back to Cheyen... (more)
An eastbound train stopping in Echo to add two additional locomotives to the consist.
An eastbound manifest train on the Salt Lake Subdivision.
A westbound Z Train on the Salt Lake Subdivision.
Entering the mouth of Echo Canyon for the climb up to Evanston, WY.
An eastbound Union Pacific freight climbs the legendary Wasatch grade through Echo Canyon east of Echo, Utah, on February 8, 2007.
UP 8156 leads a westbound stack train under the red cliffs of Echo Canyon.
After a successful celebration in Ogden, the Spike 150 special begins its return to Cheyenne via Echo Canyon. Despite the Big Boy's size, the canyon has a way to make anything look small.
An EMD SD70ACe and GE ES44AC are in full dynamics as they descend UP's "Wasatch Grade" in Echo Canyon, UT.
Union Pacific's daily Z-train from Denver, CO to Salt Lake City, UT drifts down Wasatch Grade, a reliable sight every evening on this stretch of track. For another shot of this train, see photo ID... (more)
Spring in Echo Canyon... A westbound Union Pacific freight train for Salt Lake City and points west eases through Echo Canyon on the route of the original Union Pacific mainline.
UP 1111 leads a 9 car passenger train downgrade at Echo, Utah.