DRGW 3015 eastbound at Dotsero, CO, on Sept 12, 1978.
Just as this Jordan Spreader, running east on the Craig Branch, approached the east switch of Dorsey Siding and the US40 highway crossing where I was standing, the operator raised the two lower pl... (more)
Two Rio Grande GP30's 3015, 3008 and SP B30-7 are operating the Garfield Branch on the West Side of the Salt Lake Valley.
The West Local switches the aggregates plant at the end of Rocky Spur that leaves the Moffat Tunnel Subdivision main line at Rocky, Colorado, on July 30, 1996. A pair of venerable Rio Grande GP30s... (more)
On President's Day 1994, SP's Midvale Tramp crosses the Bangerter Highway under construction in West Jordan. This phase of the new highway opened for traffic on Dec. 16, 1994.
On President's Day two decades ago, SP's Midvale Tramp climbs from the Jordan River crossing to Midvale on the Bingham Branch. In recent times, the landscape here been altered in a fundamental way... (more)
Rio Grande's Tintic local arrives at Provo Yard with grain empties from Spanish Fork and dolomite loads from Keigley.
Working together on the Midvale Tramp local nearly 32 years after release from La Grange, Rio Grande GP30s 3015, 3003, and 3007 make a switch move in D&RGW's compact Welby Yard in West Jordan, Uta... (more)
The Rio Grande Zephyr train #18 prepares to stop at the sturdy brick and tile passenger station at Provo. An EMD GP30 was added to the train at Salt Lake City due to a mechanical problem with an F... (more)
On President's Day 1994, a trio of D&RGW GP30's lead the "Midvale Tramp" through dry wheat fields approaching Welby Jct. The B&G branches were home to D&RGW's GP30's for more than a decade. This o... (more)