UP 5694 leads a coal drag through the UP Helper yard, after lunch of course.
Sitting on the siding at Honeyville, waiting for the shuttle to bring up a crew from Ogden. This one used up its hours . . .
During this July 4th weekend . . . please remember to support our troops and our veterans, what more can one say. My thanks to all whom have served.
Clean one owner GE, UP 5479 in the Ogden Yard this morning.
A nice "patchless" Southern Pacific unit, these seem to be getting harder and harder to find out on the Union Pacific system.
Ready to run and waiting for an assignment . . . a rainbow of color.
The engineer of UP 5674 gives us the peace sign, giving us his approval of this photograph of him crossing the Weber River, after exiting one of the many sets of tunnels in the canyons.
SP 8648 and her patched sister do a little switching work in the Montpelier yard today.
BNSF 4348 rounds the north end of the Provo yard on her way to the UP Salt Lake City Roper Yard.
These ex-mining units are being moved to the Denver area, perhaps as leasers, they were in the URC yard at Provo for transfer. Note the high clearance and extra view from the cab for rough operati... (more)
I found a pair of unpatched D&RGW tunnels in the yard at Helper this weekend past . . . the were near the sand tower.
UP 8396, in primer is now UP 1988 the MKT heritage unit.
BNSF 4348 waits for clearance to run on the UP line to the Roper Yard near Salt Lake City. North some fifty miles, her run will terminate.
UTAH 6064 prepares to enter the maintenance shop at Martin, Utah. This is the home shop for this coal hauling, helper and switching railroad.
UP 7007 and her motive consist crest Solider Summit with a full coal drag.