After the Western Pacific and Union Pacific merger in 1983, WP power was scattered throughout the Union Pacific system. GP35s No. 3005 and 3013 were assigned to work locals between Provo and Gene... (more)
Forty years ago today, Utah Railway Alco RSD-4s No. 300, 301, 302, 305 and RSD-5 No. 306 are ready to haul a Martin Turn out of Provo Yard on December 26, 1976.
Utah Railway Alco RSD-15 No. 403 rests at Provo Yard after returning from Martin with a coal train on May 28, 1977. The 403 was built the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 847 in June of 1960.
Union Pacific SD60M No. 6239, SD40-2 No. 3480, and C30-7 No. 2500 mingle at Provo Yard on Dec. 26, 1992. See if you can spot the surprise Rio Grande freight train that 'photobombed' the shot.
Back to back SW10s await an assignment beneath the majestic Wasatch Mountains at Provo Yard on March 2, 1997.
Built by EMD in February 1975, a speed-lettered SP SD45T-2 idles away at Provo Yard on Sept. 25, 1994.
The Union Pacific invited employees to create safety slogans to be displayed on the sides of cabooses. CA-7 type caboose 25417 carried J.B. Hilliard of Pocatello, Idaho's 15 minutes of fame pictur... (more)
Utah Railway wooden caboose No. 60 is pictured at Provo Yard on Dec. 12, 1976. It was built by Mount Vernon Car in 1924 and is similar in design to Union Pacific's CA-1 series.
Happy Easter from Provo Yard
An Alco RSD-4 meets a GE U30C at Provo Yard, April 1977.
Just another day at Provo Yard with exotic power serviced and ready to rock: EMD SD45, EMD DD35, EMD GP9B on July 18, 1976. The 1970s were a great time to be a young railfan!
The classic lines of an EMD GP30 decorate the sanding and fuel facility at Provo Yard on March 30, 1977.
The unmistakable girth of an EMD DD35A looms above the east bay of the Provo car shop on May 28, 1977.
Happy St. Patrick's Day from the Burlington Northern Railroad! EMD F45s No. 6613, 6607, 6608, 6606 await work on the Utah Railway at Provo Yard on April 4, 1985.