Looking a little bit 'Grande' in a former Rio Grande town, Heber Valley Railroad's RS4TC switcher shuttles 2-8-0 #618's tender just outside the shop building in Heber City. HVRR has two major stea... (more)
Union Pacific consolidation #618 crosses the Snake Creek Trestle during winter. This is the winning color photograph from Winterail 2009.
Heber Valley Railroad repainted it's former US Army RS4TC in a Rio Grande inspired livery. The little 65-ton switcher was built in 1954 for service in the US military. The HVRR 4028 (appearing at ... (more)
OSL 1068 operated by Heber Valley crosses Snake Creek during a morning snowfall.
The very first day of operations on the Heber Valley Railroad. U.S. Army 1218 pulled the train along with UP NW-2 1011 (unseen on the other end of the cars). The passing track was new, there was... (more)
Union Pacific 618 getting a minor overhaul before starting the 2005 season. The work included wheel and bearing repairs, plus a new paint job and lettering.
How things change! Twenty years ago this is what Rayonier 2-6-6-2T No. 110 looked like on static display at Heber City, Utah. I don't think anyone ever thought she would run again - 110 was soli... (more)
Oregon Short Line 1068 poses beside a cut of vintage boxcars at Heber City for a night photo session.
Oregon Short Line 1068 blowing down in the yard, alongside some ex-Army boxcars. It took the train crews many hours to clear out all the switches.
Oregon Short Line 1068 gets ready for another photo runby at Casperville Road, just outside Heber City. Craig Lacey is at the throttle.
Great Western 2-8-0 No. 75 undergoing heavy repair inside the Heber City shop. Steam mechanic Dave Loyola, formerly with the Niles Canyon Railway, was hard at work inside the firebox - his first ... (more)
The plow train back in Heber after a long day of snowfighting.
MRS-1 1813 ready to depart Heber with a winter excursion run.
1068 thunders up Casperville Hill in a fantastic display of smoke and steam.