Changing of the guard, on July 1 The Rio Tinto (Kennecott) switching contract was taken over by Railserve (RSSX), from Omaha track. The last of the former operator locomotives SSRX 279, 3670 3510 ... (more)
After starting life as a Rio Grande GP35 3032. D&RGW 3032 was able to avoid the scrapers torch and now 55 year after it's build date. Is still earning it's keep on the Utah Railway as a GP38-3 Uta... (more)
Savage Bingham & Garfield Railroad power sits at Midvale, Utah, on August 25, 2017. SVGX GP38-2 8620 was built as Baltimore & Ohio 4816 (later CSXT 2116, then HLCX 3700), and SVGX GP38AC 8619 rol... (more)
Utah Railway 2000 gleams in fresh paint after a recent rebuild to GP38-3 specifications, pictured at Midvale Yard the afternoon of Nov. 29, 2016.
Union Pacific 3985 is southbound out of Salt Lake City, heading to Provo. This is the trip in which the coal fired Challenger set many brush fires on the two days of excursions between the two ci... (more)
Savage 8620 8619 are stage with there train for the nocturnal run onto the Garfield and Bingham Branches on the Salt Lake Valleys west side.
Rio Grande's Railblazer, train No. 102, glides east through Midvale about five miles into its 570 mile, 14-hour overnight journey from Salt Lake City to Denver.
'Old Smokey' pulls an 89 car Provo-Ogden mixed freight through East Midvale on July 7, 1994. The old Rio Grande signal bridge, complete with General Railway Signal searchlights, is now on display ... (more)
Returning from the Kennecott Copper interchange yard in Magna, Rio Grande GP40 No. 3132 meets Burlington Northern GP28M No. 1520 at Midvale on Aug. 30, 1997.
Utah Railway 2003 and 2001 head out onto the Bingham / Garfield Branch heading for the west end of the Salt Lake Valley. Many things have changed with this location over the last 5 years since th... (more)
A southbound Utah Transit Authority Blue Line train (Downtown Salt Lake City to Draper) approaches the Midvale Fort Union station on March 13, 2015.
On a cool winter night 3 Utah Railway units await their next assignment in the Midvale yard.
One of Utah Railway's three GP40s has emerged from Genesee & Wyoming's Panama City, Florida shops, rebuilt to GP40-3 standards wearing a fresh coat of G&W paint. The 3000 was built Baltimore & Ohi... (more)
A Utah Railway GP40 navigates the Midvale Wye on a chilly January 11, 2010 afternoon.
A pair of Santa Fe GP9u engines, on loan to the Utah Railway, await a call out of Midvale Yard.