A consist, including the leading GP30, GP40 3010 and the ex Rio Grande Zephyr F9 A/B set picks up some cars on the Leadville branch.
A manifest freight lead by a GP30, an SD45, and two GP35s head west through Detour in Spanish Fork Canyon on June 12, 1977.
An overnight spring snowstorm has blanketed the grounds at the Spanish Fork Sugar Factory while Rio Grande's 664 local sets out loads of Moroni turkey feed on April 20, 1987.
In my opinion, if you are going to substitute a freight engine on a classic streamliner, do it right! A stylish EMD GP30 leads the Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 17, stopped briefly at Provo station.... (more)
The five man crew working Rio Grande's Elberta Turn emerge from the Genola Valley Merchantile on July 3, 1987. Included in the group are conductor Neal Thorpe and Engineer Glade Collard.
Rio Grande conductor Neal Thorpe and Engineer Glade Collard pose for the camera working D&RGW's Elberta Turn on July 3, 1987.
After lining the switch from the Tintic Branch to the siding, Rio Grande Conductor Neal Thorpe boards train #664 for the short zig and zag journey to the Spanish Fork Sugar Factory with turkey fee... (more)
Rio Grande’s Creede Local switches the mill at South Fork, Colorado, on the eve of a July 1984 summer day in the far western edge of the San Luis Valley. D&RGW GP30 No. 3010 pauses while spotting ... (more)
A Rio Grande work train loads ballast hoppers with steel mill slag on the Geneva Pipe Mill Spur on April 20, 1987. The 3010 would be wrecked at Cliff, Colorado on Sept. 30, 1991 and sold for scrap... (more)
3001 and 3010 give the four Tunnel Motors on the font of #708 a helping hand upgrade through Oak Creek in June 1981.
Their job completed, helpers 3010 and 3001 glide into Phippsburg Yard on the rear of an eastbound coal in June 1981.