An L.A. harbor bound stack train rounds the horse shoe curve near the former Esperanza station location.
Eastbound Trailers rounds the horseshoe at Copper Canyon Rd.
I Think About the Good Times We Had, and Why They Had to End. -- Mike NessOne of Santa Fe's hot intermodal train, the 1-893-30 (Los Angeles CA to Kansas City KS), passes through Esp... (more)
On January 13th, 1973, a Santa Fe westbound, behind a pair of GP30s and a GP35, races through Esperanza, the station name for the area in Santa Ana Canyon that would later become part of Yorba Lin... (more)
In a scheme which will be relatively short lived for these units, an MP36PH-3C accelerates through Esperanza with an Eastbound train.
A rainbow of paint schemes grace a Westbound commuter train.
The hills are coming back to life after the recent wildfires ravaged this hillside along with many homes. Today's M LACBAR is led by 12 ES44DC locomotives and is seen passing through the Santa An... (more)
A trio of roaches hold a domestic stack train on the siding at Esperanza. Once often used to hold trains during the afternoon commuter rush, this track is now primarily used for storage.
As the sun sets on one of the many days that we had rain in late may, the Southwest Chief rolls through Esperanza.
A stack train slowly rounds the bend, exiting the Santa Ana Canyon.
A westbound stack train rolls along into the sun.
Metrolink heading west.
Because of trackwork on the Olive Sub, the M-BARSDG sits at Spot 1 Esperanza.
Q-ALTLAC exits the Santa Ana Canyon on its way west to the Hobart Yard.
DPUs enter the canyon in the late afternoon.