Heber Valley photo charter with Union Pacific 618 and Great Western 75 charges up Casperville Hill in September 2001.
Corner shot of the OSL 1068. Note conductor climbing up to talk to engineer and fireman on oiling duty.
Engineer of the OSL 1068 demonstrates that he can find his radio microphone without looking. Fan is examining the back head before the Limited departs for Heber.
UP 618 crosses the wood bridge at Wildwood.
UP 618 is approaching Wallsburg and the Deer Creek Dam. It is working hard here to get the train up the hill.
UP 618 depart the loading platform at Vivian Park. In this picture the mountains are starting to show amazing color.
UP 1011 pulls a crane from the shop on a beautiful fall day.
The Provo Canyon Limited is ready to depart for Heber. Note the conductor conferring with the engineer.
The fireman makes a long reach to get to a surface to oil prior to returning to Heber. The OSL 1068 is purportedly the UP 618.
Builder's plate from OSL 1068, which is purportedly the UP 618. In March 2008, it will be taken out of service for a major overhaul and restoration.
View from the lead car of a charter freight (for a British group) being propelled out on the line from Heber City, in perfect conditions.
The Heber Valley's regular performer, UP #618 marshalls freight cars for a charter event. In the foreground is an unidentified loco in the process of gradual restoration. No doubt someone will pro... (more)
Steaming along Deer Creek Lake. This was the first public photo freight sponsered by the Heber Valley Railroad itself.
Runby at Decker Bay with former Great Western No. 75. All of the equipment seen in this photo is now out of service, with the exception of the tank car and the hopper.
Great Western 75 switches freight cars not long after it was put back into service by the Heber Valley. It only ran for a few years before needing major mechanical work.