If one looks carefully, there are 8 electric-powered trains in the various rings of the Bingham Canyon copper mine, not counting the yard to the bottom-left of the frame. Upon closer inspection, ... (more)
Kennecoot Copper's 25-ton No. 310 is seen in an unusual position switching passenger cars in the Nevada Northern Railway's yard on a cold morning in Ely. The 68-year-old, 150 horsepower unit origi... (more)
After bringing out Outfit Car No. 6, Kennecott No. 310 pauses in the foreground after clearing the track for No. 93 to back onto the 1872-built passenger car for this morning's run out on the Hi L... (more)
Former Kennecott Copper Corporation 799 is still working on home rails (albeit with a patch) along with SSRX 3510 at the company's Garfield smelter.
A couple of Kennecott Copper's unique GP39 high cabs pull out of the Garfield yard to head back towards the smelter. Garfield is the interchange point with Union Pacific.
A trio of EMD GP39-2s lead 90 copper ore empties from Kennecott's Bonneville Concentrator in Magna to the Bingham Canyon Copper Mine in Copperton. June 1, 1994
Kennecott Copper 201, a rare RSD-4 sits at the Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie.
A pair of General Electric 125 ton, 3000 Volt 'Magna Motors' lead a 90 car train of copper ore empties to the Bingham Canyon Copper Mine on April 8, 1977. Built in 1947, the Magna Motors worked Ke... (more)
Kennecott Copper Ray Mines Division #2 waits for the SP job to clear so it can pick up empties for return to Ray Mine. RMD 2 would later become Copper Basin 402.
A gaggle of Kennecott Copper Corporation pit motors mingle at the 6190 Yard in Utah's famous Bingham Canyon Copper Mine. Among the group is KCC 763, a 90-ton electric built by GE for Kennecott in ... (more)
This critter was tucked away in the Nevada Northern engine house.
A Kennecott Copper Corp. train of interchange traffic from Union Pacific's Garfield yard heads south along the Dike Spur approaching Smelter Junction. KCC 792 was built for Kennecott by EMD in Dec... (more)
southbound loaded copper train headed about midway from pit at Copperton to smelter at Magna
Entirely too quaint to last much longer, these would soon be swept away.