DRGW 3004 and 3006 at Craig, CO, July 26, 1977.
Twenty four years ago today, the Midvale Tramp local rolls through Kearns with 40 cars for Roper Yard. On the point are GP30s No. 3004, 3021, and 3001 on Dec. 26, 1992.
SP's Midvale Tramp crosses the South Jordan Canal while descending a 1.56% grade on the Bingham Branch in West Jordan. This location is unrecognizable today as Utah Transit Authority's double trac... (more)
Climbing the 2.92% grade from the Jordan River trestle, Rio Grande's Midvale Tramp is less than a quarter mile from the mainline connection at the Midvale wye. Today's local has plenty of tonnage ... (more)
With a GP30/GP40-2 combo for power, a Rio Grande work train is on the move through the Salt Lake Valley on Cinco de Mayo 1989. Today this location features the Utah Transit Authority 'South Jordan... (more)
After hauling 30 loads of dolomite from Geneva Steel's Keigley quarry, Rio Grande GP30s 3004 and 3001 idle away the night at Provo Yard.
Grinding its way up the 2.92% grade from the Jordan River crossing, Rio Grande's Midvale Tramp local is less then 1/2 a mile from the mainline connection at the Midvale wye. The trio of original D... (more)
Rio Grande's Midvale Tramp slowly descends the 1.7% grade of the Bingham Branch at the old West Jordan Sugar Factory. Today's train includes box cars of copper concentrate and tank cars of sulphur... (more)
The last mile of Rio Grande's Bingham Branch climbed a 2.92% grade from the Jordan River crossing to the mainline connection at Midvale. The Midvale Tramp is pictured 'home free' as it passes the ... (more)
Having been put away in the siding at East Portal while the crew attended to a recalcitrant 3019, all appears to be working again as 3004 and this westbound work train departs for the tunnel, doin... (more)
3004 and dead 3019 run slowly towards the Moffat Tunnel between Tolland and East Portal with a works train in September 1985. The rear unit was restarted at East Portal before continuing through t... (more)