Due to the overnight bridge work at the Ventura River, the southbound oilcans to Los Angeles, make a morning appearance after the overcast has cleared.
Skirting the California coast line high above the actual beach, five private cars bring up the markers of today's northbound Coast Starlight. Beginning from the end of the last Amtrak coach, the p... (more)
Bathing in the warm afternoon light in downtown San Diego, AMTK 503 and a trio of private cars from Los Angeles layover at the Santa Fe station as they wait to return home via Amtrak 591 later thi... (more)
After spending its entire trip within California since departing Los Angeles the previous morning, the Coast Starlight is a train length away from Oregon. It is forwarding Horizon cars to Seattle... (more)
SCAX 910, a new EMD F125 unit, leads a 12 car test train with #905 on the rear on a Sunday afternoon through Claremont. Once testing on these locomotives is completed within the next 1-2 months th... (more)
Lots of BNSF AC coal power are now found on the Southern Transcon, seen here as BNSF 6148 leads an eastbound into Sullivan's Curve.
Between Sullivan's Curve and Pine Lodge finds an eastbound BNSF stack train working up main 1 with 3859 leading.
Shoving on the rear of a northbound MWCRV at Canyon, UP 5306, a recent NLR repaint brings up the rear as the train heads north up Cajon Pass.
UP 2602 leads the ZLCBRC up the Palmdale Cutoff at South Canyon.
Over eight hours late due to a detour on the Oregon Trunk, the southbound Coast Starlight rolls through the Sacramento River Canyon.
Slicing through the hills of Casmalia, Amtrak 1790 heads due west to rejoin the coast with the Los Angeles-based lower-level train-set making up the consist today.
A long Roseville to West Colton manifest enters Sullivan's Curve as it approaches south Canyon.
BNSF 3809 west with the QAUGLAC in tow enters Sullivan's Curve in the late afternoon as it heads down Cajon Pass.
Descending the grade at Emigrant Gap on a freshly fallen snow morning and approaching the start of double track for the rest of the trip down into Roseville.