UP's Los Angeles to Oakland intermodal has gotten underway as it approaches Burbank Jct. for its evening run up the former SP Coast Line.
The first of the famous log trains of 2003 starts its journey up the former SP Coast Line as it passes the Lockheed crossovers in Burbank.
A pair of Amtrak units power the AOE's Pacific Coast Explorer up the former SP Coast Line as the train passes through CP Lockheed.
The engineer won't have to look at the sun much longer; after Van Nuys he'll likely be using the full headlights all the way up through Santa Barbara to Goleta.
Just a few minutes out of L.A., Amtrak train #785 has just passed under Interstate 5 in Burbank on its run up the coast to Santa Barbara.
The Saugus Local with SP power and a caboose.
Private Cars Pony Express and Silver Lariat bring up the rear of the northbound Amtrak Coast Starlight, as it blasts through the platform of the Burbank Airport station.
The southbound UP 'Oil Cans' tank car train, loaded just north of Paso Robles, heads through the Burbank Airport platform on its way to Dolores, near Los Angeles.
Southbound Pacific Surfliner #774 approaches the Amtrak Burbank Airport platform, with hangers from the airport visible to the right.
Northbound Coast starlight #14 is running 1.5 hours late, as it approaches Burbank Airport the day after Thanksgiving.
Amtrak 456 pushes Surfliner 763 north out of the Burbank Airport platform, enroute to Santa Barbara and Goleta.
Surfliner 768 departs Burbank Airport southbound, with just a short distance to Los Angeles Union Station.
Heading south, the UP Saugus Local backs through the Burbank Airport Amtrak platform - enroute to Burbank Jct. with caboose 4612 leading pure SP GP40M-2's 7125 and 7135.
Amtrak Los Angeles to San Luis Obispo train 799 departs north after a stop at Burbank Airport, with UP 2755 added as the last unit - to be returned to UP at SLO.
SP 7135 is the lead unit on the Saugus local, as it passes by the Burbank Airport shoving backwards, heading towards Gemco yard in Van Nuys.