Santa Fe (ATSF) EMD GP7R No.2299 and merger painted 2291 at Fullerton, California 10/28/1987.
Amtrak F40PH 223 with Santa Fe GP7R 2297 at Fullerton, California November 27, 1987
Santa Fe SD45 5324 with two SD40-2s and another SD45 at Fullerton, California Nov. 17, 1987.
For the first time in the society's existence, the San Bernardino Railroad Historical Society (SBRHS) created and flawlessly executed an open-to-the-public night photography session with Santa Fe ... (more)
Back for the first time in many years, the ATSF 3751 begins its backup move out of Fullerton Railroad Days.
The nearly 88-year-old Baldwin puts on a show as she backs away from the 2015 Fullerton RR Days.
For a brief moment in time the crowds cleared away from the incredibly popular Disneyland #4. Originally built as an 0-4-0 industrial locomotive, it was rebuilt by the Walt Disney folk into a 2-4-... (more)
An Amtrak Surfliner train leaves the station on a very warm day
A nearly eight hour late SWC pulls out of Fullerton having just completed its last station stop prior to arriving in Los Angeles. Reportedly the lead Amtrak unit had broken down and BNSF provided ... (more)
Extremely unusual power for Southern California, let alone a "Spud Spud" (BNSF switcher symbol for an extra baretable from San Bernardino and back), this pair of ACes heads through Fulle... (more)
Amtrak #562 arrives into Fullerton on a Saturday morning to kick off a day of train chasing.
Over eight hours late, the Southwest Chief pulls into Fullerton behind a rare (for these parts) BNSF ES44AC (we just get the DCs and C4s - and on freight).
With the humid weather Southern California has been getting this week, this has been a daily thing. An amazing sunset over Orange County with Amtrak's Southwest Chief rolling into its first statio... (more)
Amtrak #4 pulls into Fullerton with AMTK #145 on the point on a weekday evening.