The "Train of Pain" on a downhill run near Canyonlands Field, Moab, Utah.
Thirty-six carloads of uranium tailings head for disposal near Brendel, Utah.
A lonely grad crossing on the Cane Creek Subdivision, near Potash, Utah.
Two old Two derelict, radioactive locomotives stored at Potash, Utah.
Rust and polish Rust and polish on rails of the Cane Creek Subdivision, near Potash, Utah.
Hand-laid Hand-laid rails on the Cane Creek Subdivision, near Potash, Utah.
“ The Moab UMTRA Project is an excellent example of your Federal tax dollars at work”  -        Moab Jim

June 15, 2011 7:27 PM Posted by Jim McGillis

Welcome to Chaco Jim

Moab Live and Back of Beyond Books, located on Main Street in Moab, Utah are proud to announce our newest webcam, streaming live from the Antiquarian Section of that fabled bookstore. Visible in the image is part of the large collection of High Southwest fiction and non-fiction. According to proprietor, Andy Nettell, "We are an independent bookstore with a large selection of books. The name of the store derives from Edward Abbey's controversial novel, The Monkey Wrench Gang. His character Seldom Seen Smith was an outfitter, and the name of his company--and hideout--was 'Back of Beyond'. We specialize in natural history, environmental literature, Southwestern guidebooks and maps, Native American books, and Western history".

Sunday, April 17, 2011 7:27 AM Posted by Jim McGillis

Chaco Jim - Contact us

Jim McGillis


Mailing Address

  • 50 Emery Street, Ste. 1C
  • Pahrump, NV 89048


  • By Telephone:

    • 805.242.MOAB