A once in a life time opportunity. A friend of my father's, Nils Huxtable of Steamsceenes publication made an arrangements with Utah Railway management to have the Utah Railway F45 lead. The night... (more)
This happened to be my lucky day. We were on our way home from an Altmont weekend at the Issac Walton Inn. We stopped on the MRL to try and catch a train. What do we get but a train lead by F45's ... (more)
It's a brisk morning as the Challenger is between Inkom and McCammon, Idaho. The condition's are perfect for optimal steam, for the train that had spend the previous night in Pocatello, Idaho.
Utah Railway 5005 and friends are just east of the Red Narrows. Hauling and empty coal train up Spanish Fork Canyon.
On a beautiful August morning. Amtrak 5 and 117 pull California Zephyr train number 6 thought the west end of Soldier Summit.
With three units up front and one DPU. This east bound is really struggling to move this monster manifest through the eastern region of Echo canyon.
The double track comes back together as the Circus train nears the mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon.
UP Heritage unit 1995 leads a eastbound K-line train.
Getting a late afternoon start out of Salt Lake City. The circus train returned to the ex Rio Grande main for the first time in years, for it's trip to Denver. Union Pacific provided a nice lookin... (more)
Out enjoying and afternoon of railfanning with my brother Craig, pictured in the right hand corner. UP 1996 exits Weber Canyon into the small community of Uintah, Utah.
Eastbound UP 5529 with 153 cars pass a westbound with 174 cars lead by 8393 at Wahsatch, Utah. The eastbound was a 3x1 consist and the westbound 2x2x1.
MK50-3's 5003 and 5001 chug past a small dam on the Jordan River.
Business is good on this night, as MK50-3's 5003 and 5001 haul a 66 car train between Provo and Ogden.
Our first sighting of the day of UP 1996 was at Castle Rock, Utah. Just a few miles from the Wyoming boarder.
UP Heritage unit 1996 with the brilliant rocky hillside at West Echo, Utah.