A Utah Railway Mohrland Turn rumbles across the spectacular Gordon Creek bridge on July 24, 1979. The bridge was built in 1912, rises 135 feet above the creek, and spans 634 feet in length on both... (more)
The Honorary Steam Locomotive
A pair of Utah Railway RSD-15s and a single RSD-12 lead a train of brand new Rock Island hopper cars loading coal via a conveyor system on July 24, 1979. Mohrland was the furthest point that the U... (more)
Early in the morning on July 24, 1979, a trio of Utah Railway Alcos build a Mohrland Turn with old and new Rock Island coal hoppers in Martin Yard.
A quartet of Utah Railway SD40s depart Martin Yard for a trip to US Fuel's conveyor fed coal loader at Mohrland.
A well powered Mohrland Turn heads west through Hiawatha on the return to Martin Yard.