Rio Grande GP60 Nos. 3156 and 3154 lead a passenger special downgrade through a cut past milepost 23 at Coal Creek between Plainview and Clay, Colorado, on October 20, 1997.
DRGW 3156 leads a northbound merchandise train at Castle Rock, CO, with DRGW 3155 along with 6 other units behind. Jan 1997.
On a beautiful afternoon the in the High Sierras, Amtrak No. roars uphill a little west of Shed 10. On the point as lead helper is Rio Grande GP60 No. 3156. The Rio Grande unit will stay on the tr... (more)
One of Rio Grande's three GP60 leads a train through the Nolan Tunnels with a visiting BN SD40-2, also in consist Rio Grande SD50 and SD40-T.
After helping a late Amtrak California Zephyr train No. 6, the last new Rio Grande locomotive enjoys a little break at the beautiful D&RGW passenger station in Salt Lake City. Sept. 9, 1996
The flanks of the last new Rio Grande locomotive reflect the late afternoon sun at the D&RGW passenger station in Salt Lake City. Sept. 9, 1996
The last new Rio Grande locomotive leads an ROGJM downstream from Soldier Summit on April 16, 1994.
A 68 car ROGJM climbs east through Spanish Fork Canyon approaching Gilluly on April 16, 1994.
Less than a year old at the time, Rio Grande's last new locomotive enjoys a quiet afternoon at Provo Yard. D&RGW 3154-3156 are wreck replacements, part of a Southern Pacific order for new EMD GP60... (more)
All three of Rio Grande’s GP60s lead five other assorted locomotives on Union Pacific’s DVROM (Denver to Roper Yard manifest) freight west of Clay, Colorado, on January 4, 1998. The train is about... (more)
So great to catch one of these on a train, new and clean.
The very last new D&RGW locomotive leads the daily Salt Lake to Denver RODVM east through Spanish Fork Canyon at Rio, Utah. D&RGW 3154-3156 were technically replacement power for three wrecked uni... (more)