A set of four Utah Railway SD45’s bring a train of empties back to the mines at Mill Fork, Utah.
Union Pacific 4-8-4 No. 844 leads an 18 car NRHS passenger special along the former D&RGW through Spanish Fork Canyon on June 23, 1997.
SD40s in perfect symmetry
A perfect spring day in Spanish Fork Canyon finds the Rio Grande Zephyr traveling east on its 14 hour journey from Salt Lake City to Denver on March 11, 1979.
SP 153 and SP 161 pull a 116 car DVROM through Spanish Fork Canyon on Nov. 9, 1996.
The Rio Grande had been gone for eight years and the SP for nearly a year, and an all Rio Grande powered UP coal train was still a possibility in 1997. DRGW 5342, DRGW 5395, DRGW 5505, and DRGW 54... (more)
Utah Railway MK50-3 5003 leads train HUTAHJ-14 (a buffer hopper car and 22 empty tank cars) eastward from Provo to Helper on March 14th, 2015. The train is led by an interesting consist of uncommo... (more)
One of my earliest Kodachrome Slides, photographed when I was just 14 years of age, catches a Utah Railway Provo to Martin Turn cruising east through Spanish Fork Canyon on June 24, 1976. In the l... (more)
A GE P32BWH/EMD F40PH combo lead Amtrak's California Zephyr east through Spanish Fork Canyon on Sept. 9, 1996.
A combo plate of power (GE P42DC, GE P32BWH, EMD F40PH) lead the California Zephyr east into the sunlight in Spanish Fork Canyon on Sept. 25, 1998.
Led by a pair of new GP60s, a SP mixed freight splits the signals at Mill Fork. Thomas Szczesniak Jr. photo.
The distinctive rumble of two EMD SD45s and a single SD40T-2 lead a Rio Grande general freight through Narrows on a snowy Nov. 12, 1978 morning.