A Union Pacific work train dumped about four miles of ballast along track #2 in Price Canyon on September 25, 2006. The train is photographed just west of Lynn, moving along at walking speed. Note... (more)
Due to track work on main #2 in Price Canyon, BNSF 4690 East takes the Kyune center siding, crossing over to main #1 in the process.
A clean former Santa Fe C44-9W leads a 37 car Denver-Stockton west through the Kyune gooseneck.
Amtrak's California Zephyr heads east along the Price River and through the Kyune gooseneck. Next stop will be in 10 miles at the Helper depot.
Amtrak's eastbound California Zephyr follows the Price River downstream just west of Kyune, Utah.
A duo of BNSF H-2 GE's roll through the west end of Kyune. From this point the grade flattens out from 2.3% to 1.0% west to Soldier Summit.
After flagging CP Utah Rwy Jct., BNSF's 40 car Denver-Stockton manifest is back up to track speed.
A nine car California Zephyr greets the early morning sun along the Price River at West Kyune.
With 104 loads from the CV Spur near Wellington, UP 6022 and three mid-train helpers climb the 2.3% grade, approaching the twin tunnels at East Kyune.
A trio of BNSF GE's lead a 64 car Denver, CO to Riverbank, CA manifest up the 2.3% grade just west of Lynn Xover.
BNSF 1016 shoves hard in DPU mode on the rear of a 64 car Denver, CO to Riverbank, CA manifest.
Utah Railway MK50-3's crossover from UP's main #1 to main #2 and onto Utah Railway's Martin yard lead at CP Utah Railway Junction.
A quad of matched Utah Railway MK50-3's head east to retrieve a loaded coal train parked on the siding at Wildcat.
A Utah Railway coal train with UP power heads west with 84 coal loads from the Co-op loadout, bound for IPP's power generating station at Lynndyl, Utah.
An 84 car Stockton-Denver manifest emerges from the Kyune Tunnels 184 miles from a crew change at Grand Junction.