A Fort Worth to West Colton manifest is led by a freshly rebuilt DC to AC UP GE.
Nearing the summit of Beaumont Hill, a Forth Worth to West Colton manifest is knuckles down, screaming for air, as it grinds through Banning with Little San Gorgonio Mountain in the background.
Here's a roster view of one of Union Pacific's freshly rebuilt DC to AC locomotives.
UP 3039 leads an eastbound MWCTU between Beaumont and Banning.
UP 7181 leads an eastbound Hi-Wide special at Banning.
UP 5957 in fresh paint leads a westbound IDILB as it works upgrade at Banning.
NS 1186 leads a westbound ISILB3 at Banning in the late afternoon.
Due to a huge UP Ore train derailment at Frost on the BNSF Cajon Subdivision, Z's are being detoured on the UP east to Vaughn, NM. Today's ZLACWSP1 passes Banning in the late afternoon.
A pair of helper units in new paint shove on the rear of a Westbound at Banning.
A massive westbound manifest struggles upgrade at Banning behind UP 6400.
ZAILC heads up Beaumont Hill with the NKP Heritage Unit leading.
Union Pacific 7880 leads an eastbound manifest through some of the many reverse curve in San Timoteo Canyon.
Union Pacific 3926 leads an eastbound doublestack as it nears the summit in Banning Pass.
Nearing the end of their uphill climb, ISILB2 heads through Banning enroute to Mira Loma and the Ports.
ISILB2 heads into Banning with a long train of mostly empty wells for the Ports.