Lite power for Commerce approaches Esperanza in the late afternoon.
An AMASCO enters the Horseshoe Curve at Esperanza with a stack train of export containers.
S-AMASCO rounds the bend at Yorba Linda as they pass a tied down stack train on Main 1.
A Pier 400-bound stack train slows on the approach to a stop signal at Esperanza to hold for some evening commuter traffic.
Phoenix to Hobart baretables pass stored marine stacks at Yorba Linda.
Z-WSPLAC9 heads through Yorba Linda as they near the end of the trip from the Chicago area.
A westbound Q train rounds the bend in Santa Ana Canyon as they near their final destination of Hobart.
Two NS Dash 9s lead a westbound Q train into Yorba Linda.
On a day when 73% of the United States was covered with snow, much of it deep, along with freezing temperatures, winds, tornados and power outages, southern California was a pleasant 66ºF and the ... (more)
On a crisp March morning, a former Amtrak SDP40F ATSF 5564(former Amtrak 632) rounds the horseshoe curve out of Esperanza in the Santa Ana Canyon hills on the San Bernardino Subdivision. Santa Fe ... (more)
A westbound S train comes out of Santa Ana Canyon enroute to the Ports.
Metrolink 753 approaches Esperanza with an F125 on the rear of the LA bound consist.
Z-LACWSP9 rounds the curve in the Santa Ana Canyon on the beginning of a cross country trip to the Chicago area.
A pair of GEs bring up the rear of an ethanol train as they head towards Watson.
The LACNYC rolls around the curve east of Esperanza with a quartet of GEs.