A young boy watches Union Pacific's 'Potash Local' roar up the Cane Creek Branch near Arches National Park
Union Pacific's Potash local rolls down the Cane Creek Branch while outdoor enthusiast prepare for an afternoon of fun in the sun
At what I believe is only location in the world that you can photograph a train through a natural arch, Union Pacific’s Potash Turn heads north into Bootlegger Canyon on May 12, 2006. This train... (more)
Union Pacific Potash local begins return trip.
The UP Potash Local is heading down the Cane Creek Sub through the Colorado River Canyon.
The UP Potash Local is returning up the Cane Creek Sub and starting the climb out of the Colorado River Canyon.
Union Pacific's rare once a week "Potash Local" returns from the namesake industry with two GP40 locomotives in charge of 7 loaded hoppers . We weren't the only ones photographing the tr... (more)
UP's Potash Local rolls south on the Cane Creek Sub with a 12 car train on Memorial Day weekend.
UP's Potash Local heads south along the Cane Creek Sub for the mine at the end of the line, seen here as it starts to enter the famous red rock territory at the south end of the subdivision.
UP's Potash Local returns northward from the mine with four empty tank cars from Crescent Junction. Due to the Memorial Day holiday, no potash loads were pulled from the industry, but it does not... (more)
The once a week Union Pacific Potash local climbs the Cane Creek Subdivision across from Arches National Park.
The once a week Union Pacific Potash local nears the end of the Cane Creek Subdivision on November 2nd, 2014.
UP's Potash Local nears the end of the line at the mine at the end of the Cane Creek Sub, its pair of GP40-2s and 12 cars dwarfed by amazing red canyon walls.
UP's Potash Local heads for home, slowly climbing away from the Colorado River on the scenic Cane Creek Sub.
Absolutely nothing beats the breath-taking scenery that comprises the southern 17 miles of the former Rio Grande's Cane Creek Subdivision. Here, a short LDG51B Potash Local picks it's way along t... (more)