Annie Bruehl and her 1953 Buick wait for 618 to storm through the 1200 South crossing.
As the sun breaks through the morning mist, 618 approaches the crossing while a pair of horses nuzzle in the background.
The secret is out, the Heber Valley is the place to be for winter steam photography! It's warmed up and the beaver pond has melted enough to reveal a great reflection!
The secret is out, the Heber Valley is the place to be for winter steam photography! Annie Bruehl waits at the Edwards Lane crossing for UP 618 to pass by her completely original 1953 Buick.
You should have heard the sound!
Stan Jennings provided a classic Chevy truck (in fresh paint) for the night photo session. Thanks Stan!
Just before sunrise at the Heber City depot.
Two classic autos at Casperville.
Dawn at the Heber City depot finds 618 steaming gently in the cold morning air.
The fog lifts from the valley floor as No. 618 performs a photo runby at sunrise.
A great night photo session was part of Heber's winter photo charter. Lighting (flashbulbs) provided by Mark Perri.
No. 618 and it frieght train at first light.
Coming out of the fog on the outskirts of Heber City.
Like a ghost train out of the past, 618 emerges from the fog bank.
618 emerges out of the fog with a freight train.