Former Sierra Railroad #36 during its tenure on the "Heber Creeper", at the time, properly known as the Wasatch Mountain Railroad. It is now the Heber Valley.
Santa Maria Valley #100 in service on the Heber Valley Railroad, also known at the time as the "Heber Creeper" heading back into Heber City.
UP 618 storms across the Provo River Bridge on its way towards Heber.
UP 618 waits while the Northern Pacific boxcar is loaded.
Gee, I wonder what this lever does? Actually, he's releasing the last bit of steam before removing the whistle prior to 93 being trucked back to Ely after working the Winter Olympics trains.
Unloading LCL freight at Charleston.
Rare EMD built (1952) for US Army 1813 handled the tourist train amidst fall foilage later in day. Switching yard was ex-Union Pacific NW-2 DS (Diesel Switcher) 1011. No steam operational late 200... (more)
UP 618 pulls a freight along the Provo River.
UP 618 pulls a freight across Snake Creek Bridge on an early February morning.
Union Pacific 618 puts on a good show around Deer Creek Reservior as the sun sets.
UP 618 hauls a freight bound for Heber.
Ex Union Pacific Baldwin 2-8-0 rests by the Heber City depot after traversing the Heber Valley RR's former Rio Grande Western branchline. Lots of history here!
Heber Valley 618 crosses the Provo River at Wildwood.
Heber Valley 618 along the Provo River, below Wildwood.