These shots of a Denver, Rio Grande & Western westbound freight were taken on the morning of May 21, 1987 at the east portal of Moffat Tunnel, on the front range of the Rockies west of Denver. Stu... (more)
SP's Provo Local ducks under the Ironton signal bridge on March 3, 1996.
A Rio Grande work train emerges from the Jordan Narrows a few minutes after sunrise in June of 1974. Image shot on Kodak Plus-X film via my first 35mm camera, a Russian made Cosmic 35.
A morning westbound general freight on the Rio Grande climbs the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains on the Moffat Road just west of Pinecliff. The churning waters of South Boulder Creek and the ev... (more)
Here's the one and only time I've witnessed a Southern Pacific GP40X, not realizing it until the slide was scanned 25 years hence! Apparently the SP had a roster of four of them, built by EMD in 1... (more)
Rio Grande auto train No. 242 rolls east through Utah Valley approaching Sutro. In less than four miles it will enter scenic Spanish Fork Canyon. With the widening of US Highway 6 and 25 years of ... (more)
Rio Grande auto train 242 snakes through the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon on May 25, 1988.
The second section of Rio Grande's 100 train roars eastward through Spanish Fork Canyon at Diamond Fork crossing. Train No. 100 was interchange received from the SP at Ogden and delivered to the B... (more)