A UP manifest train passes by San Bernardino Depot with UP 7434 in the lead. Notice The San Bernardino Mountains standing tall in the distance.
A BNSF ballast train passes through San Bernardino Depot with BNSF 5311 in the lead. Notice The San Bernardino Mountains standing tall in the distance.
I wonder what the red knob is for? A bewildering array of control valves and gauges are visible in this vertical wide angle perspective of a Baldwin steam engine cab.
Close up view of the control stand on a genset switcher.
Old meets new – one of Metrolink's new Hyundai Rotem cab cars is reflected in the light of former Santa Fe 4-8-4 #3751 (just to the right of the light bulb), merging 1927 steam power with s... (more)
Cab interior of locomotive on display for 125th Anniversary of the Cajon Pass
ATSF 3751 shoves away from the old Santa Fe depot in San Bernardino as it makes its way to the wye to turn around for the afternoon return trip to L. A. Union station.
Taking a trip back in time! With a group of cow boys at the depot for the celebration of railroad days out in San Bernardino, they pose for a photo in front of the famous 4-8-4 stream engine, 3751... (more)
ATSF sits outside the depot at San Bernardino where it was on display for the San Bernardino Railroad Days event. It will head back to Los Angeles at the conclusion of the event on Sunday afterno... (more)
Former Santa Fe steam locomotive #3751 rests in San Bernardino just minutes after completing its excursion from Los Angeles.
Throngs of curious people swarm the spartan cab of a BNSF switcher at 125th Anniversary of Conquering Cajon Pass celebration. Engineer/host was very patient and informative.
This manifest is inbound from Cajon Pass.
Priority intermodal hotshot for the Santa Fe. This train was getting ready to assault Cajon Pass. Here its seen passing the local railfan establishment.
Here are the only 3 units the Sante Fe owned for this particular locomotive model, 7400, 7401, and 7402. Unfortunately they were scrapped 11 years after this picture was taken.
Here are the only 3 units of this GE model the Santa Fe ever owned/leased together at one time on this inbound TOFC. They were to be retired/scrapped only 11 years later.