NS power leads a westbound INOLBR down Beaumont Hill in the late afternoon.
In the Brush at Titus - A pair of flat cars and two hoppers lay in storage on the Desert Line at Titus Siding near Jacumba.
Eastbound BNSF freight approaches Pulga Ca.
With Santa Fe's double-track main line far below, a heavy SP manifest out of West Colton roars up the steep grade of the Palmdale-Colton Cut-off. If you look closely, you can see that the SP line ... (more)
At sunset in Martinez, CA, a couple of teenagers using the Santa Fe right of way to get home seem oblivious to the danger coming up fast behind them. The engineer of 7412 West, a 199 train, is lea... (more)
AMTK 42 poses in the afternoon light with Redondo turntable stall mate 795 as a northbound Surfliner crosses over the flyover with its next stop of Los Angeles Union Station.
An excursion sponsored by Great Western Tours performs a photo runby at the Signal Butte Switchback.
Late in the day under a hazy sky, Santa Fe 5594 West drops downgrade through Bealville. The large number of units on the point is the result of combining a couple of helper sets to the point of th... (more)
A southbound manifest passes milepost 488.0 as it closes in on its destination at West Colton.
By crossing the five span truss bridge over the Colorado River, the daily ARZC local to Cadiz is entering the sunny state of California.
Three old EMD veterans - SD40M-2 #4001, #4002 and #4004, w... (more)
SP's SLO freight house late in the afternoon back in the early 70's.
An eastbound BNSF double stack splits the left-over carnage from a recent Union Pacific derailment, just out of the west portal of tunnel 1, as it climbs out of Caliente.
Living up to its name, Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner 'surfs' along the California coast line as it races across the iconic trestle at Gaviota in the afternoon light with the private cars "Overla... (more)
BNSF C44-9W 4437 painted in H3 paint along with a KCS belle lead a westbound SALTOIG at Homer as it climbs the stiff grade up Goffs Hill.
After running light-engines up to Searles yard to pick up fifty coal loads, three Trona Railway EMDs return to the Argus facility near Trona on a warm and slightly hazy October afternoon.