A miracle in itself that this thing has survived this long in its original paint, DRGW 134 rests, tucked away behind the former Union Equity elevators, said to be one of the largest operating grai... (more)
Two very old workhorses sit behind the massive Gavilon grain elevator in Saginaw, TX awaiting their next switch job. SW1200 No. 134 is remarkably still in its Denver and Rio Grande Western paint a... (more)
Still sporting its DRGW paint job.
Rio Grande SW1200 No. 134 sets out loads and picks up empties at the Newspaper Agency Corp. warehouse in downtown Salt Lake City on Jan. 3, 1996.
A Rio Grande SW1200 mingles with surplus steam generator cars at Roper Yard in South Salt Lake.
Rio Grande's Fourth South Switcher takes the evening off in the old D&RGW yard in downtown Salt Lake City.
Railroad equipment from Salt Lake Valley carriers was on display for Transportation Day at the Rio Grande depot on May 17, 1986. Just out of view behind the Amtrak Superliner car is a UP C30-7.
A classic EMD builder's plate graces the sill of D&RGW SW1200 #134. I've never really thought of an EMD yard switcher as an 0-4-4-0.
On a hazy December afternoon in '76, a Rio Grande SW1200 takes a short break at shift change near the old crew shanty near 21st South.
Former-Rio Grande SW1200 134 now works for the Gavilon Grain elevator of Saginaw, Texas. Photographed on private property with permission.
Former-Rio Grande SW1200 134 has traded the canyons of the Rockies for the "canyons" of Saginaw, Texas. The engine is seen here at the Gavilon Grain elevator, where it now spends its days switchi... (more)