A Big Boy meeting an FEF-3 in Ogden was an everyday occurrence in the 1940s and 50s, but quite a sight to behold in this day and age. The masonry wall behind the 844 is the modern-day FrontRunner... (more)
UP 4014 and 844 seen during the ceremonies of May 9 in Ogden. 150 years ago the word "done" declared the completion of the US transcontinental railroad
New meets old at The Great Race To Ogden Celebration.
Emulating the famous photo of the Jupiter and 119, the UP 4014 and 844 are seen here after the ceremonies of May 9. Note the differences in driving wheel and pilot wheel diameters between the big... (more)
On the 150th Anniversary of the Golden Spike, UP 4014 Big Boy heads South at Ogden as they switch to assemble the train that will head East on Sunday.
DONE!: With this word, the Transcontinental Railroad was declared completed on May 10th, 1869. One day short of 150 years later, the Union Pacific Railroad held a ceremony in Ogden, Utah to... (more)
A beautiful assortment of historic locomotives is on display at Ogden Union Station.
The "Spirit of the Union Pacific" leads a 10 car passenger train into Ogden as the sun starts to rise.
DRGW GP40 3103 basks in the sun at Ogden, UT between assignments.
Just five minutes into its two hour journey to Provo, UTA Frontrunner cabcar 106 leads its train south out of Ogden as Rush hour is just beginning.
A pair of Utah Railway geeps hang out over the Weber River, on former Rio Grande iron, while switching the joint Utah Rwy/Utah Central yard in Ogden.
Union Pacific SD40-2 3467 and Western Pacific GP40 3508, leads this westbound train.
Utah Central 201 is an aging chop-nose GP9 painted in glossy pure black, making it hard to see in any situation. Here it is cut in mid-train to set out several boxcars at the Petersen Steel wareho... (more)
The crew of the "Boise Turn" has just arrived at the Union Station in Ogden and is preparing Union Pacific 844 to leave in the twilight of early morning. Once the sun comes up the crowds... (more)