These two trains were heading west, side by side, down the Rio Grande's two-track main line in Spanish Fork Canyon. On track #1 was a Utah Ry. loaded coal train; on track #2 was a Rio Grande piggy... (more)
Running more than 9 hours behind schedule, Amtrak's eastbound California Zephyr charged head on into a blizzard in Spanish Fork Canyon.
Burlington Northern & Santa Fe's Stockton to Denver trackage rights manifest climbs east through Spanish Fork Canyon with 88 cars the evening of May 3, 2000.
Devastating Wildfire in full swing. Remote UP 8525 shoves this eastbound upgrade towards Soldier Summit. Up front is UP 5472 and 7460. As the orange and pink color of the image is showing,... (more)
A Southern Pacific SD45T-2/SD40T-2 combo assist Amtrak's California Zephyr train No. 6 through Spanish Fork Canyon on June 12, 1991.
The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 18 snakes through the scenic Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon. Nov. 1974
A brand spanking new EMD GP40-2 leads a Rio Grande lumber train through the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon. Sept. 1974
A pair of Santa Fe RSD-15s and a single LASCO RSD-12 pull a Utah Railway coal empty east through the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon, Oct. 26, 1975.
A relatively new EMD GP40-2 leads a Rio Grande work train at Narrows in Spanish Fork Canyon. The D&RGW was in the process of installing CTC between Springville and Soldier Summit on Oct. 10, 1975.
Southern Pacific's Roseville, CA to Grand Junction, CO manifest climbs east through Spanish Fork Canyon on March 6, 1993. The head end pulls 74 cars while a trio of Rio Grande tunnel motors shove ... (more)
A colorful BNSF grain empty climbs east through Spanish Fork Canyon via trackage rights on UP's Provo Subdivision.
Southern Pacific's EUCHQ climbs through the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon on Sept. 5, 1994.
Emerging from shadows deep in Spanish Fork Canyon, a coal empty navigates a sharp righthand curve near Castilla.
Southern Pacific's RODVM works to conquer the forces of gravity (without the benefit of a helper enigne) in the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon the morning of July 24, 1995.
The level of Soldier Creek was relatively high as train 136 rumbled east through Spanish Fork Canyon the morning of June 4, 1988.