Union Pacific consolidation #618 crosses the Snake Creek Trestle during winter. This is the winning color photograph from Winterail 2009.
Heber Valley Railroad's NW-2 #1011 prepares to climb from the Provo River crossing east to Casperville Road with the Saturday afternoon 'Lakeside Limited'.
On a frigid winter morning, a father enjoys the company of his two sons and daughter, each hoping for a bite below the icy surface of Utah's Deer Creek Reservoir. The older son is busy drilling th... (more)
The waters of Snake Creek roll cold and clear under Heber Valley Railroad's 'Lakeside Limited', returning north from Wallsburg to Heber City. The 1011 was donated by the Union Pacific to the Heber... (more)
Heber Valley Railroad repainted it's former US Army RS4TC in a Rio Grande inspired livery. The little 65-ton switcher was built in 1954 for service in the US military. The HVRR 4028 (appearing at ... (more)
Heber Valley Railroad's RS4TC #4028 is caught rambling through thick fog on a cold January morning. The 65-ton BLH Davenport was painted in Rio Grande inspired livery, and today leads the Lakeside... (more)
Heber Valley Railroad has repainted it's former US Army RS4TC in Rio Grande inspired livery. The little 65-ton switcher was built in 1954 for military duties in Utah. The HVRR operates on a former... (more)
OSL 1068 operated by Heber Valley crosses Snake Creek during a morning snowfall.
The very first day of operations on the Heber Valley Railroad. U.S. Army 1218 pulled the train along with UP NW-2 1011 (unseen on the other end of the cars). The passing track was new, there was... (more)
618 working upgrade at Deer Creek with the first run of the 1996 season.
Union Pacific 618 getting a minor overhaul before starting the 2005 season. The work included wheel and bearing repairs, plus a new paint job and lettering.
Heber Valley's recently restored ex-Union Pacific 2-8-0 No. 618 steams across the trestle at Wildwood during its second summer working for the HVRR. I had my first SLR, several rolls of Kodachrom... (more)
Oregon Short Line 1068 poses beside a cut of vintage boxcars at Heber City for a night photo session.