USG# 111 crosses the heavily tagged Carrizo Wash Bridge with the afternoon gypsum train bound for the quarry in the Fish Creek Mountain Range.
Looking sharp in new paint, one of US Gypsum's two narrow-gauge DL535Es backs to its train of empty gons as it builds the morning mine run.
It's a toasty 106 degrees and F-18's roar in the distance as the USG 111 with its new paint scheme departs Plaster City and heads north to the US Gypsum Mine. This must be one of the last freight ... (more)
The next mine run is about to begin as USG's rail crew heads light towards their train on a warm November afternoon.
One of USG's rare narrow gauge DL535Es heads light through the aggregate unloader on its way to pick up a train of empties for a mine run.
Switch job in Plaster City in order to add the water tank car on the next trip to the mine
The quarry train returns to Plaster City about an hour later than expected. The water tank on the rear of the train is in the background. This is the last industrial narrow gauge railway in the Un... (more)