The power for today's run of the Provo Canyon Limited is a former US Army locomotive built by EMD and designated MRS-1 (Military Road Swicther). It's an equivalant of an SD-7.
Originally a caboose for the Missouri Pacifc (# 13754) this bay window caboose now resides in the Utah countryside.
This snow plow was origanally built for the US Army.
This four-axled baggage car was originally built for the Colorado & Southern Railroad in the 1920's.
Heber Valley Railroad Provo Canyon Limited motive power.
UP 618 sits at Wallsburg.
UP 618 sits at the station in Heber after a night run.
The 618 arrives at the station after pulling a charter.
The 618 climbs the hill from the Provo Canyon to the Deer Creek Dam.
UP 618 waits at the station in Heber City before leaving with the 10:00 train.
Union Pacific 618 running along side the Provo resevoir , "Breath Taking"
Operating through Provo Canyon, HVRR's UP-618 looks as she did in regular service along with the freight consist ... " What a backdrop! "
"Heber Creeper" climbs back to Heber City