Over the past week several BNSF unit grain trains have operated on a detour route over Union Pacific's Lakeside sub, south through Salt Lake City then east through Provo. These trains have been ni... (more)
Two trains occupying Provo's coal tracks (formerly the Ironton Branch before Columbia Steel shut down its plant at Ironton) get crews before departing on the Sharp Subdivision.
A rare visitor to Provo's Union Pacific yard.
Nov. 14, 1983 was a sad day for fans of Utah Railway's iconic fleet of Alco locomotives. Six RSD-4s, an RSD-5, an RSD-12, and three RSD-15s have crossed Soldier Summit for the last time, dead in t... (more)
A group of wreck damaged Union Pacific hopper cars await an uncertain future at Utah Railway's Provo Yard on June 15, 1979.
Happiness is finding a string of bright blue Rock Island hopper cars in your hometown! ROCK 700193 and company are at Provo Yard, ready to be loaded with Utah bituminous coal on June 25, 1978.
Power for a Provo-Martin turn glides through Provo Yard on Feb. 19, 1977. RSD-15s 402, 401, 400, 403 and RSD-12 600 will haul coal empties east to Carbon County for loading at Hiawatha.
The Blues meet the Grays at Provo Yard on Nov. 7, 1976.
An Alco RSD-5 works Utah Railway's Provo Switcher on a fine November 1974 afternoon.
A pair of blue flagged Utah Railway cabooses meet at Provo Yard on Dec. 21, 1975. Alco RSD-4 No. 307, assigned to work the Provo Switcher, idles away near the office building.
A new GE delivery gleams in the late afternoon sun at Provo Yard.
Late in the afternoon, a string of GEs basks in the light of the low sun not far from the east end of the yard.
BNSF Railway's QPVDVJ trackage rights manifest prepares to depart Provo Yard for Denver.
Utah Railway 2006 and her sister 2002 in new livery sit dead on the UR engine facility lead in the Provo Yard. Taken from a recently repaved South Colorado Avenue.