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)
Utah Railway's Martin Turn departs Provo for the coal mines the afternoon of May 21, 1977. The all Alco power consist includes RSD-15s No. 400, 402, 401, 403 and RSD-12 No. 600. Behind the carbon ... (more)
Utah Railway RSD-15 No. 400 idles away the afternoon at Provo Yard on Dec. 18, 1976. It was built the Santa Fe 9822 by Alco in July 1959.
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 Utah Railway 'Martin Turn' encounters light snow on the climb to Soldier Summit the afternoon of April 2, 1977. Leading the train of coal empties are Alco RSD-15s 400, 402, 401, 403 and RSD-12 N... (more)
A Utah Railway Provo to Martin Turn cruising east through the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon on June 23, 1976.
A quartet of Alco RSD-15s and a single RSD-12 lead a train of coal empties into Martin Yard on Feb. 19, 1977.
The Utah Railway has historically rostered interesting secondhand diesel locomotives. They acquired a quartet of RSD-15 'alligators' from the Santa Fe in 1975. The UTAH 402, 401, 400, 403 and RSD-... (more)
Power for a Provo-Martin turn glides through Provo Yard on Feb. 19, 1977. RSD-15s 402, 401, 400, 403 and RSD-12 600 will haul coal empties east to Carbon County for loading at Hiawatha.
Heading up from the docks to Eagle Mills, an RSD-15/U25C/RSD-15 set crosses the Dead Creek Bridge.
Running waycar light from Cedar Park, ATCX 442 descends the Summit grade westbound. The train usually consists of restored passenger cars loaded with people enjoying a scenic ride through the Texa... (more)
A quartet of Utah Railway Alco locomotives depart Provo Yard on a Martin Turn. Three former Santa Fe RSD-15s are followed by a LASCO RSD-12 on June 23, 1976.
Santa Fe RSD-15 No. 9823 leads a Utah Railway coal train east through Spanish Fork Canyon on July 10, 1975.
More conqueror’s of C&O steam — Alco RSD-15’s 6802 and 6808 at Peach Creek, W. Va., brand new on Oct. 6, 1956.