Heber Valley Railroad's Provo Canyon Limited rambles along former D&RGW rails a mile below Wallsburg siding.
Looking good in 'Retro Grande' livery, Heber Valley Railroad's MRS-1 glides east through a short cut leaving the farm fields of Charleston while at the same time entering the dry sage covered hill... (more)
While rafters and tubers enjoy the swift moving waters of the Provo River, Heber Valley Railroad's 'Provo Canyon Limited' crosses the Wildwood trestle on the way to Vivian Park.
Best seat in the house: A Steam Specials and Railfan Magazine photo freight works its way upgrade towards Heber City after a day of runbys.
Summertime in the Wasatch: Sunshine in the morning, rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon! Heber Valley Railroad's 'Solder Hollow Express' slows to pick up a half dozen passengers at the Soldier... (more)
Heber Valley's former Great Western 2-8-0 #75 had the honors this day in September of 2001. Today she is under restoration with hopes to get her ready very soon now that Heber's former UP #618 ha... (more)
Heber Valley's ex Pacific Lumber Co. 2-8-2 35 built by BLW 1924 heads south with the regular train. The 35 was retired in 1976 and now on display at Nevada State Railroad Museum.
Heber Valley Railroad's 'Tube and Train' rambles slowly through new snow approaching the end of it's journey at Heber City, Utah.
With brilliant scrub oak along the slopes of Mt. Timpanogos, Heber Valley Railroad's 'Provo Canyon Limited' crosses the Provo River on the former D&RGW Wildwood trestle.
Heber Valley Railroad's 'Provo Canyon Limited' crosses Little Deer Creek fill on it's 16 mile journey between Heber City and Vivian Park.
UP 618 leans into a curve while skirting the Dear Creek Reservoir.
UP 618 leads a freight train north towards Heber City.
Heber Valley Railroad's Soldier Hollow Express slowly rambles along the shoreline of Deer Creek Reservoir just south of Charleston, Utah. Heber Valley's RS4TC #4028 looks right at home in it's Rio... (more)