Rio Grande GP30s No. 3001, 3021, and 3004 pull a 10 car Midvale Tramp through West Jordan on Dec. 26, 1992. The train is leaving the Bingham Branch on the Welby wye and entering the Garfield Branc... (more)
Twenty years ago, much of the far west side of the Salt Lake Valley was a windswept plain with fields of winter wheat and a handful of industrial rail lines. Cotton Belt GP60 9671 leads a 15 car M... (more)
A pair of EMD GP60s lead a 19 car Midvale Tramp through mature fields of dry wheat just north of Webly the morning of July 29, 1995.
Rio Grande 3148, 3111, and 3101 drag SP's Midvale Tramp from the Jordan River crossing up to Midvale Yard on Feb. 25, 1995. Today this right of way is occupied by UTA's double track light rail 'Re... (more)
Rio Grande GP40-2s 3096 and 3110 pull a 16 car Midvale Tramp through the outskirts of Magna on August 2, 1994. The 6,700 ft. wall of the Wasatch Front towers above the Salt Lake Valley including 1... (more)
The Midvale Tramp wanders through the weeds on the Bingham Branch in West Jordan on August 2, 1994. The 16 car train's destination is Kennecott Copper's interchange yard at Magna, 17.5 miles from ... (more)
Rio Grande GP30s 3007, 3003, and 3015 pull the Midvale Tramp local through West Jordan on Feb. 26, 1994.
SP's Midvale Tramp crosses the South Jordan Canal while descending a 1.56% grade on the Bingham Branch in West Jordan. This location is unrecognizable today as Utah Transit Authority's double trac... (more)
A pair of spotless EMD GP60s lead Southern Pacific's Midvale Tramp local down the Bingham Branch in West Jordan. The long cut of ballast cars will be interchange delivered to the Kennecott Copper ... (more)
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)
On President's Day 1994, a trio of Rio Grande GP30s meet a trio of young equestrians at Welby Yard in West Jordan.