All elephant style, heading westbound on the Lynndyl Sub.
I was finally able to get Salt Lake Garfield and Western's GP9's in action in their new Patriot Rail themed paint jobs. I was aided by a massive brush fire going on behind the train which I believ... (more)
Can a engine look much worse. From what I've seen as a whole. The worst looking models on the Union Pacific these days, are the GE AC4400CW-CTE's. Overhauls can't come soon enough for some of thes... (more)
With a former Missouri Pacific caboose out front as a shoving platform. The LUE43 local shoves back into Roper Yard. The LUE43 works the industrial park on Salt Lake Cities westside. It pretty muc... (more)
Not a pretty pair, but as long as the pull hard. UP 5934, 5665, head westbound in the evening light on the Lynndyl Subdivision.
Utah Railway 3000, and 2001, maneuver their way through the North end of Salt Lake City North Yard. With the RUT312 local.
Today's Amtrak number 6 was only 7 hours late. This one was because 5 with the equipment came in like 15 hours late. So the Zephyr lead by heritage unit 184 was doomed before it even left the stat... (more)
UPY 573, and what looks like a freshly painted GP38N 633 of Missouri Pacific heritage, with the Chevron Local. Passes a 14 hour late Amtrak number 6. On the rear private cars of the Patrick Henry ... (more)
Amtrak number 6 arriving 14 hours late into Salt Lake City 5:37 p.m. A freight out in Nevada had major issues and delayed both 6 and 5. Two private cars are on the rear. Patrick Henry Creative Pro... (more)
Utah Railway 2002, 2007 leads the RUT312 at Murray. Next stop is to interchange with the Salt Lake Garfield and Western.
It's a hard to find a train that would look more of a drag freight than this one.
UPY 582 and 573 make the move between the Flying J refinery, and the Chevron refinery.
UP 7792 and 6832 that looks to of had an incident. Lead a MNPML on the LASL past Warner, Utah.
I got the pleasure of catching a train with a KCS SD70ACe second unit. It also had UP 1996 as the mid train DPU. The leader wasn't much to look at, but the lighting was nice.