Union Pacific's Park City local, with it customary three GP30's is off the branch, and back on the main. Seen here near the mouth of Weber Canyon on the Evanston Subdivision. (Tom Ellis photo)
From the early days of my dad's railfanning. DD35A 82, DD35B 76B ,and a GP35 are heading eastbound up Weber Canyon. Tom Ellis photo.
4014 and 844, with the Spike 150 special, start their ascent up Weber Canyon, passing through Sheephead Tunnel.
To my surprise, there wasn't another person within sight at this location.
An eastbound Union Pacific freight, powered by three EMD SD40-2s cross Devil’s Gate Bridge over the Weber River on February 24, 1985. This location in Utah’s Weber Canyon is known as Gateway a... (more)
Union Pacific 844 and three E-units pull an 18 car National Railway Historical Society charter through Sheephead Tunnel in Weber Canyon on June 28, 1997.