UP 7665 leads 4 NS units on this Los Angeles to Atlanta Z as it heads into San Timoteo Canyon.
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)
UP 4996 along with 2 NS units lead train KAILC out of San Timoteo Canyon just west of the Ordway crossovers.
A unique, solid NS consist leads a UP train out of the Los Angeles basin towards the east coast. Here it is rounding one of the many curves found in San Timeteo Canyon along the Yuma Subdivison.
A repainted SD70MAC with new boxcar logo visits Southern California with a CSX/UP run through train. Here is passes through the S-curve at Ordway.
Working through Redlands, UP 1982 leads this Texas bound stack train east along the Yuma Sub on a cool winter day in Southern California.
Cotton Belt 9630 leads a heavy eastbound manifest through the reverse curves in Banning Pass.
As if on a tour of the most iconic railfan spots of SoCal, this UP passenger special hit Tehachappi, Cajon, and here San Timeteo on its way from Oakland to Council Bluffs.
The Southern Pacific heritage unit usually works on what one might call classier trains than the El Centro Hauler, but she's been in rotation on this turn for over a week now. The train negotiates... (more)
UP 8802 leads 5 other units on a long drag as it enters San Timoteo Canyon at Redlands.
Working hard upgrade between Ordway and El Casco, UP 8322 leads this eastbound manifest up San Timoteo Canyon. 4th unit is an ex CNW operation lifesaver.
UP 5701 leads this eastbound between Ordway and El Casco as it climbs Beaumont Hill.
UP 7383, with a TFM SD70MAC in the second spot leads this eastbound Miller Yard, Texas bound manifest at Redlands as it begins its journey up Beaumont Hill.
Horseheads invade Uncle Pete's territory! 3 of NS's finest lead a stack train bound for the ports of the Los Angeles through the western end of San Timoteo Canyon.