About Us
The Road Goes On Forever
Preserving the past for future generations
Back Roads Utah is chronicling remnants of Utah's history found on Utah's back roads.  State Highways, Byways, oiled dirt roads and rutted dirt roads take us to what we photographically preserve before man dismantles it or nature takes it back.  Images of structures, vehicles, and life-styles that you won't see on travel-logs are our subject matter.   

Most our material is not visible from Interstate Highways, and the plains of Sarangheti offer little more than Utah's vast deserts and valleys; our animals and cultures are unique.

Having traveled these back roads for thirty years, I continue to be amazed at what remains, but also find it disturbing how quickly these treasures are vanishing.  It is our intent to make these treasures available on this site - a virtual museum of Utah's past.  

Join our journey.  We welcome photographic and written contributions and give full credit to contributors.  If there are structure, vehicles, towns, etc. we should add, please provide us details of what we should visit and add, and the location by submitting the form to the right. 

Thank you and enjoy,

Ray Cannefax