A northbound Front Runner, lead by UTA 1. Makes it's way through the Jordan Narrows.
A northbound Front Runner lead by UTA 10. Passes a departing westbound Union Pacific freight leave Salt Lake Cities North Yard. Also in the distance is a southbound Frontrunner at the station.
Quiet Saturday for the bomb pop train.
A Frontrunner coach sits in the UTA shops in Salt Lake City, freshly repainted. Taken with permission on a guided tour.
Just Comet. Between 1971-1973, The Erie-Lackawanna Railroad and New Jersey Department Of Transportation began to take delivery of a revolutionary fleet of commuter passenger cars. The Pullm... (more)
Originally called Union Station, the Union Pacific station was built in 1908-1908, and served UP passenger trains until the end of UP passenger operations on May 1, 1971. Amtrak used this station ... (more)
The one and only Utah Transit Authority RP39-2C rests between assignments at one of the UP yards in Salt Lake City. Apparently when UTA built their right of way through the middle of the yard, UP ... (more)
A well-timed break in the clouds greets a UTA train as they arrive in American Fork.
A Frontrunner train passes the searchlight at Beck as they head north on their own trackage.
A northbound UTA Front Runner comes thundering past at 1300 South, in Salt Lake City.
Northbound UTA Front Runner number 8. Rolls under the 600 north overpass.
UTA Front Runner number 15, wears a bit of a special scheme. Sporting a 10 years of Front Runner commuter trains.
Utah Transit Authority Front Runner Number 6. comes rumbling through the Jordan Narrows on a Tuesday evening commute.