With both directions of I15 visible on the hill above, a southbound drops downgrade.
An eastbound UP passes beyond track crews rehabilitating Canyon Siding on the Mojave Sub with a pair of manned helpers from landlord BNSF's roster—not completely unheard of but rare.
Back from a trip out the Redlands Branch, Santa Fe's first GP30 waits out the evening forty-six years to the month after its builder's date.
An early morning eastbound climbs out of Sullivan's Curve beneath the San Gabriel Mountains.
Adding to the charm of BNSF's chromatic variations, two eastern tourists spliced by the competition drop westbound just below Cajon along the new right-of-way.
Above the visual clutter endemic to Interstate architecture, an eastbound climbs past CP Walker in route to Summit.
The DPU on an eastbound shoving toward Pine Lodge, while above can be seen a westbound descending the original alignment past the spoil from atop the two tunnels.
A westbound TOFC passes a contingent of heavy yellow iron excavating the new mainline.
Track crews repair damage from a derailment the previous evening.
An eastbound descends the original grade down Ash Hill.
An eastbound passes above a westbound at dawn.
The DPU of a westbound mixed bathed in the morning light.
Westbound coiled steel for Fontana departs into the setting sun.
A westbound descends Cajon at dawn as an eastbound UP climbs toward Summit.
A westbound exits Summit at first light.