Heber Valley Railroad's Union Pacific 618. Has been returned to it original as delivered look and heritage. As 1907's Oregon Short Line's 1068. The leaves are showing their fall color's in Utah's ... (more)
Union Pacific 2-8-0 No. 618 and Pacific Lumber Company 2-8-2 No. 35 doublehead through Vivian Park on Labor Day, 1976.
Wasatch Mountain Railway 2-8-2 No. 35 (Baldwin, 1924) pulls the Heber Creeper through Vivian Park in Provo Canyon on Memorial Day, 1976.
Wasatch Mountain Railway employees David Spendlove and Craig Drury appear to be in good spirits as they battle snowy conditions in Provo Canyon on a chartered special, Nov. 12, 1978.
Southern Pacific 4-6-0 No. 1744, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in Nov. 1901, prepares to depart Vivian Park for Heber City.
The Heber Creeper traditionally ran doubleheaders on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends in the 1970s and 1980s. On Sept. 4, 1989, SP 1744 and UP 618 head north through Provo Canyon approaching Wi... (more)
Deer Creek Scenic Railroad's tradition of running doubleheaders on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends continued in the 1980s. Santa Maria Valley #100 (blt. by Baldwin in June 1926) and Southern P... (more)
While Heber Valley Railroad's 'Provo Canyon Limited' takes a break at Vivian Park, two river runners prepare to transport their Tributary inflatable kayaks for another exhilarating run down the Pr... (more)
Heber Valley Railroad's Provo Canyon Limited pauses at Vivian Park in Utah's scenic Provo Canyon. On the point is an EMD MRS-1 diesel locomotive, built by EMD for the U.S. Army in 1952. 13 of thes... (more)
A view from the Fireman's seat. With 200 PSI on the pressure gauge and a half-glass of water, No. 618 is ready to head upgrade out of Vivian Park. This was a cold day with many thunderstorms, a... (more)
Winter turns to spring as the weak sun obliges just enough to give a bit of glint.
618 with UP 1011 as a helper for the return trip to Heber