UP 3367 leads a doublestack train westbound off of Cajon Pass and into the San Bernardino yard. Included in the consist are two CNW units.
Rerailing of a Santa Fe SD45B is underway at San Bernardino.
An eastbound about to stop for a crew change.
One of EMD's new Tier IV F125 "Spirit" locomotives arrives in San Bernardino with a service that will terminate at Perris.
Metrolink & EMD are having major problems with these new loco... (more)
Amtrak GE P40DC 810 leads train 35 the Desert Wind passing, Santa Fe C40-8W 936 at San Bernardino, California.
Santa Fe 5343 East along with SF 5345 leads the 881 train at the A Yard with the brand new EMD demonstrator units #1 and #4. The train has stopped waiting for a green signal to begin the climb up... (more)
UP SD60M 6097 and SD40-2 3660.
The locomotives have changed, the paint jobs have changed, the railroad has changed. And the shops in the back ground that rebuilt the Santa Fe fleet are now gone.
Union Pacific's CNW heritage unit leads a Global One train through Santa Fe's historic San Bernardino yard.
The MemLac Z passes by historic San Bernardino station on a warm California summer night.
This switcher set was working the intermodal yard in San Bernardino on Saturday. Although it kept calling itself 312 on the radio that didn't make sense (300 jobs are nighttime).
San Bernardino Line train 364 from Los Angeles pulls into the under re-construction San Bernardino station on a hazy but sunny day.
The first station looks interesting. This board was in the ATSF dispatch/CTC office when it was located in the San Bernardino train station.
SF 5838, 5326 and merger unit 9515 at the San Bernardino A yard shops wait for another assignment on a crisp and clear December 1985 day.
Metrolink's lone F40PH (one of four bought from Amtrak, but the only one to ever enter service) waits with a train it will push to Los Angeles.