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Utah Railway Baldwin Mallet No. 202.
Utah Railway MK50-3 No. 5005 between Soldier Summit and Spanish Fork, Utah.
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The Utah Railway Company
The earliest logo was simply the words "Utah Railway Company", spelled out on the locomotives and cabooses, and "Utah Coal Route" on the drop-bottom gondolas. On paper, however, the logo for many years was a black circle with a white background. The wording and image in these circular logos changed over the years. The 1948 logo included the words "Utah Railway" surrounding a gondola with the initials "U.C.R.". The 1999 logo was an oval with an image of an SD diesel locomotive and the words "Utah Railway: Since 1912". In later years the symbol of the Utah Railway Company was the beehive, which is also the Utah state symbol. Normally, GWI alters the corporate logos of its acquisitions to match the parent company's logo, but in a nod to tradition, the beehive was retained within a logo similar to the parent company's design.
Utah Railway Overview
Reporting mark: UTAH
Locale: Utah and Colorado
Dates of operation: 1912–present
Track gauge: 4 ft 8 1⁄2 in standard gauge
Headquarters: Provo, Utah
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