Autoracks roll by Beldon Siding approaching Red Cliff
Eastbound auto racks led by a pair of tunnel motors (and an SP unit) approach the sweeping curves at Mitchell, Colorado.
Now destined for a new career in preservation at the Colorado Railroad Museum, nearly twenty five years ago 5401 was captured pulling into Provo for a crew change on a westbound freight with 5355 ... (more)
In perfect evening light and with shadows starting to lengthen, 5401 and 5355 run out of the foothills at Spanish Fork, heading down towards Provo, after conquering Solder Summit in August 1985. H... (more)
Westbound 5401 and 5355 round the curve at the end of the middle section of Gilluly, just west of Soldier Summit, and are about to duck under Highway 6 in August 1985. The top section of Gilluly c... (more)
A westbound freight emerges from the then reasonably new Thistle tunnels behind 5401 and 5355 in August 1985. Another pair of tunnel motors bring up the rear.
Climbing up towards Soldier Summit, a westbound freight behind 5401 and 5355 pass Colton in August 1985, being assisted at the rear by 5398 and 5348.
In almost the same spot at James' shot 275296 some 23 years earlier and at the warmer part of the year, DRGW 5401 and 5355 lift a westbound freight up the Price River Canyon at East Kyune in Augus... (more)
The dead trees testament to the extent of "Lake Thistle" from a couple of years previously, a westbound freight snakes its way down Spanish Fork Canyon behind 5401 and 5355 as it heads on the new ... (more)
5401 and 5355 on a westbound freight emerge from the tunnel at Thistle, built to bypass the huge landslip a couple of years earlier.
Dirt Train heading west to Helper.
A heavy manifest, with a rear helper that was added at Castilla, starts the assult of Soldier Summit's western slope.
A rare unpatched survivor of one of the greatest and most interesting railroads in the world switches the Miller Brewing Company, thousands of miles away from it's home territory.