Union Pacific in Utah, East of Ogden
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This page was last updated on May 13, 2022.
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UP's Original Utah Mainline
Westward from the Utah-Wyoming line to Ogden, Utah.
- Utah Division was eliminated on April 29, 1986. The new Western Region covers everything west of Green River, Wyoming, and is made up of the new California Division, Idaho Division, and Oregon Division.
UP mainline, Echo/Weber Canyons to Ogden
- Ogden Union Railway & Depot, East Yard (Ogden, Utah) (UP drawing 431-54336, CE drawing 54336, dated March 20, 1944)
- Ogden Union Railway & Depot, Main Yard (Ogden, Utah) (UP CE drawing 81115, dated May 18, 1956)
(Read more about UP's Mainline Route in Weber and Echo Canyons)
UP In Ogden
(Read more about Union Pacific in Ogden; a link to the index page for the Ogden Rails project)
UP Park City branch
(Read more about UP's Park City Branch; an expanded online version of an article written in 2001)
UP Grass Creek Branch
(Read more about UP's Grass Creek Branch, located just north of Coalville in Summit County)
UP Ontario Branch
(Read more about UP's Ontario Branch; built in 1923, the Ontario Branch served the ore loading bins of the Ontario drain tunnel of the Park Utah Consolidated Mining company at Keetley)
Compiled from handwritten notes, dating from 1978-1988.
Most of this information was transcribed from handwritten notes taken while doing research in the files of UP's engineering department during 1982-1983, then compiled as a computer file in 1988, with additions through September 1994.
The notes from the early 1980s were completed prior to the closure of UP's engineering office in Salt Lake City in about 1984. All files and most personnel were moved to Omaha in 1983-1984. The office was located in the Utah Division offices in the former depot annex building, just south of Union Pacific's Salt Lake City depot. The building was demolished in 1999 to make room for The Gateway Project.