FEC 436, with the special Breast Cancer Awareness paint scheme, rolls north across the Crane Creek bridge near downtown Melbourne.
Close encounter! FEC 427 was racing north through the siding at Gifford when this FEC track maintenance truck on the main line suddenly appeared in my camera viewfinder.
FEC train 920 races over a small bridge north of Gifford Siding.
Up and over! The FEC dispatcher has given a green light for the southbound intermodal hotshot train 107 as a Delta IV rocket lifts off from Cape Canaveral at 8:59 pm. The dots at the top ... (more)
An aerial view in 1981 of the Santa Fe diesel service shops on the eastern end of the massive Barstow yard.
Southbound traffic on the FEC is starting to get back to normal after a derailment in Jacksonville had an effect on traffic. Here train 109 leads a long intermodal train across the Turkey Creek B... (more)
UP 4948 leads a short 28 car train down Cajon Pass at Devore. Soon the train will be entering the West Colton yard.
Triple meet. BNSF 6565 rolls downgrade through Sullivan's Curve after meeting an eastbound BNSF doublestack. On the adjacent Union Pacific track, UP 4948 has come to a brief stop as it waits for... (more)
The KMCO LP refinery is located next to the Union Pacific mainline, 35 miles east of Houston. It can hold up to 250 railcars. Fortunately, the United Airlines pilot banked the aircraft over on o... (more)
UP 7852 races eastbound up San Timoteo Canyon on a crystal clear winter morning.
BNSF 7134 leads a mixed bag of 8 locomotives westbound down San Timoteo Canyon in Banning Pass. Consist is BNSF 7134, UP 7275, UP 1672, HLCX 1050, UP 615, UP 1777, UP 2346, and GP-16 1736 from the... (more)
A Union Pacific manifest and a BNSF doublestack roll downgrade through Sullivan's Curve.
A quiet night at the BNSF yard in San Diego.
Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner, with "Be Track Smart" engine 457, idles in front of the San Diego depot on a beautiful Southern California evening.
FEC 415 leads a mixed freight south across the Crane Creek Bridge in Melbourne as a "cold front" moves into the area.