The San Jac comes out of Box Canyon with a trio of GP60s bound for Perris.
The San Jac power heads through Box Canyon enroute to Moreno Valley to pick up their train.
A trio of GP60s lead the Corona Local under a set of searchlights on their way back to Porphyry Yard.
The San Jac builds their train on the Industrial Drill Track adjacent to the Perris Valley Sub before proceeding east to work industries between Riverside and Perris.
West Riverside, in downtown Riverside on the BNSF Railway’s San Bernardino Sub, is where the Union Pacific joins the BNSF for the 100.6-mile segment through San Bernardino, over Cajon Pass and jus... (more)
UP ILBDI makes a short trek on BNSF rails on their way between the LA and Yuma Subs as they pass through Riverside.
An extra St. Louis stack train heads under the venerable Chicago Avenue signal bridge on the morning of August 30, with the support tower of the replacement structure already in place on the left.... (more)
The Corona Local switches coil cars in Riverside with a trio of ex-Santa Fe units.
Metrolink 859 heads towards Oceanside with an MP36 on the rear.
An Oceanside bound commuter train races UP ISILB out of Riverside with an F125 on the rear.
Metrolink 751 heads out of Riverside on the early portion of their trip to LA.
The DPUs on a late San Diego-bound manifest pass under the last original Santa Fe signal bridge remaining on the San Bernardino Sub, as work continues on its replacement.
ZCIG2 makes a short trip on BNSF rails as they take the San Bernardino Sub to the Yuma Sub with a massive train of Chicago traffic.
A BNSF S train heads east out of Riverside at the UP Arlington Local finishes switching Champion Lumber.
The UP Arlington Local passes the soon-to-be-replaced last remaining original steel ATSF signal bridge in Riverside as they prepare to begin their local work on BNSF rails.