A view from the conductor's seat: UP 2576 leads the Cache Valley Local into Logan Yard on Sept. 7, 1999. The train won't be stopping here as they have two covered hoppers for IFA in Lewiston, not ... (more)
Union Pacific engineer Chris Wilson performs a little yard work around the Logan depot prior to taking his train to Cache Junction on June 23, 1993.
After setting out a Missouri Pacific covered hopper at Trenton Feed & Grain Company, the Cache Valley Local crosses 3rd South at 3rd West in Logan. This short industrial lead was abandoned more th... (more)
The engineer working Union Pacific's Cache Valley Local prepares to take his train from Logan to Cache Junction the morning of July 24, 2014.
Union Pacific B23-7 #121 leads the Cache Valley Local north out of Logan, Utah. Today's duties will include picking up 11 box car loads of metal cans at Smithfield and setting out two loaded cover... (more)
During Spring Break of 2007, I paid a visit to Utah's Cache Valley to photograph it's namesake local which on Tuesdays and Thursdays runs north from Logan, Utah to Preston, Idaho. Pictured at the ... (more)
If not for a few parked boxcars and a derail switch, there would be no sign of a railroad here after 10+ inches of snowfall on Christmas Day.
One big machine. The 3985 heads north from Ogden to McCammon .
Having cleared the new morning snow on the out bound trip UP 2527 and sister UP 2529 return to the Logan yard for the day. These two GP38-2's make up the motive power on the Cache Valley Branch.
The Union Pacific's department of engineering, set out a pair of these mobile derailers to protect the Jackson Model 670 in the Logan yard. It was used to help repair recent flood damage to the ro... (more)
Track damage due to flooding at Nibley, trapped the Cache Valley Branch Local, UP 2527 and UP 2529 in the Logan yard for the weekend. The extra water made for a different shot in the yard however... (more)