"Plain-face" Grinstein painted #9615 leads Norfolk Southern #8027 on an Eastbound loaded Oil train.
Eastbound Amtrak #6 passes Green River (UT) area on the way to Chicago.
A trio of BNSF EMD's elephant style leads a westbound loaded sand train across the high desert between Green River and Sphinx, Utah, on March 16, 2019.
On time California Zephyr eastbound to Grand Junction
The silhouette of an engineer! Engineer Mike Niederhauser is at the controls of newly painted phase 2 heritage engine #130. Mike is a former Rio Grande employee so it is fitting that his tr... (more)
Freshly painted phase 2 heritage engine #130 leads the Westbound California Zephyr at the station stop in Green River, Utah
Though Solitude is one of the most apt railroad location names I've been to I also felt the presence of the great photographers who'd come before to this remote location for this classic shot on t... (more)
GREEN RIVER UT Aug 22 1981 -- The Rio Grande Zephyr rolls west through Green River.
A second shot from a rest area. This one was on I80 about 20 miles east of Green River. They do find wondrous places for a pee.
A 7 hour late Amtrak #6 is running along the base of Utah's imposing Book Cliffs. This ex. D&RGW trackage follows these cliffs for 200 miles from Helper, Utah to Palisade, Colorado. It's the longe... (more)
90 minutes delayed, California Zephyr to Emeryville start to brake for the stop in Green River, Utah.
Amtrak’s eastbound California Zephyr #6 is seen here rolling through the grey shale badlands at the base of Utah’s Book Cliffs. #6 is running 1’ 20” late this day.
Running on time the westbound California Zephyr is cruising west towards the lowering sun on the former Rio Grande in Utah between Floy and Solitude.
Amtrak eastbound "California Zephyr" train number six crossing Green River in Green River.