Rio Grande GP40-2s 3110, 3102, and 3125 lead a 30 car UT04L through Geneva Steel on July 16, 1994.
Rio Grande GP30s 3001 and 3003 make an appearance at Geneva Steel in Vineyard on Jan. 23, 1994. This integrated steel mill was opened by United States Steel Corp. in 1944 and was shut down by Gene... (more)
On Christmas Eve '93, SP's Provo Local enters the Geneva Steel mill in Vineyard, Utah. SP B30-7 No. 7881 was built by GE for the SP in May 1979 and was destroyed in a wreck at Haymond, Texas on Ju... (more)
SP's UTO4L departs the Geneva Steel mill headed for the mainline on May 1, 1993. The second engine is SP SD7R No. 1517. Make sure you check out the Google Map in Satellite mode to view the extent ... (more)
Geneva Steel SW9 No. 44 shoves scrap loads through the south gate of the Vineyard, Utah mill. GS 44 was previously employed by the Carbon County Railway shuffling hoppers of coal to the Rio Grande... (more)
On a bitter cold January day in 1994, Geneva Steel plant switcher 44 works the east side yard at the Vineyard mill. The little SW9 was transferred to Geneva from Utah's Carbon County Railway (CCRY... (more)
Rio Grande's UT04L local makes a pickup at Geneva Steel of Utah. Nothing pictured here remains today.
Deep in the shadows of the Geneva Steel mill in Vineyard, Utah, a remote control Baldwin plant switcher goes about its morning duties on a warm July 21, 1977 day.
Geneva Steel SW9 #43 shuffles a load of coil around the Vineyard mill. GS 43 was built the DMIR (Duluth Missabe & Iron Range) #11 in 1953, later working for the Carbon County Railway at the Horse ... (more)
A matched set of Rio Grande GP30's work industrial trackage at the Geneva Steel mill in Vineyard, Utah. The 3007, 3022, & 3001 were more than 30 years old when captured on Kodachrome 25 in this vi... (more)