Utah Railway train HUTAHJ-14 threads its way through the "gate" at Castle Gate, Utah, on march 14, 2015. (There used to be a similar cliff on the left, until it was blown apart to make way for US... (more)
On a warm July morning in 1986, a quartet of ex-Southern Pacific SD45s pull a Utah Railway coal empty east through Castle Gate.
The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 18 is a few minutes from its regular station stop at Helper as it passes Castle Gate on Dec. 17, 1978.
Rio Grande's Helper Local has been assigned to haul a pair of bad ordered Amtrak passenger cars through Price Canyon, bound for Salt Lake City on Feb. 11, 1989.
Empty tank car train rolling down Soldier pass with the towering Castel Gate rock in the background. Pulling are Morrison Knudsen built MK5000C from 1994/1995, now rebuilt and reclassed as MK50-3,... (more)
Southern Pacific's KCBAT climbs through Price Canyon with a quartet of SP speed lettered SD45T-2s for power (SP 9400, SP 9392, SP 9331, SP 9328). The 83 car train was a sweet symphony of sights, s... (more)
A Utah Railway coal empty meets a Pueblo CF&I rail train at Castle Gate on Sept. 7, 1996.
After shoving a westbound train to Kyune, a pair of Rio Grande SD40T-2 helpers glide east across the Willow Creek girder bridge at Castle Gate on August 11, 1996.
Union Pacific's MRONY glides downgrade through scenic Price Canyon on Oct. 17, 2014.
The Rio Grande Zephyr's head chef keeps his cooks busy preparing delicious meals in the Silver Banquet dining car.
Riders browse the dinner menu in the Rio Grande Zephyr's Silver Banquet dining car on April 14, 1979.
A Utah Railway export coal train climbs west through Castle Gate approaching the twin Price River girder bridges at Lynn on Oct. 12, 1996.
Utah Railway 5002 leads a colorful consist thru Price River Canyon. The train uses 10 DC locomotives totaling 34500 horsepower to lift this monster over the Wasatch Plateau.
Just after meeting Utah Railway helpers rolling eastward, Union Pacific manifest freight MNYPV is climbing the grade up Price River Canyon just east of Castle Gate, Utah, on October 23, 2007. A pa... (more)
A heavy coal train is slowly being dragged up the Price River Canyon by ten (5x5x0) Utah Railway Locomotives. The sound bouncing off the canyon walls was quite impressive.