A southbound Surfliner departs the Anaheim station on a crisp November morning.
UP SD60M 2421 and SD40T-2 8748 lead a westbound manifest approaching the Pomona Avenue grade crossing on a nice spring day.
Former Santa Fe GP38 2228 (now an RCL-equipped loco) leads GP35's 2504 and 2553 with the eastbound 1st Kaiser job through Glendora. The Sunday train is running light on its return to Kaiser Yard.
The Sierra Northern's Sunday brunch 'Rivertrain' loads passengers in downtown Woodland, about to head east towards West Sacramento. The 134 is a former Santa Fe GP7u.
Former Santa Fe GP35 2648 brings up the rear of a 4-unit light engine, passing the east end of the Glendora siding enroute to Kaiser yard (near Fontana).
Mid-day westbound Train 319 pushes out of the Covina station, heading for Los Angeles from San Bernardino.
Sierra Northern GP7 134 is running long-hood forward with the Sunday Brunch train as it heads southeast running along the Sacramento River at the old Sacramento Northern location of Haviland.
BNSF 2574 is the first of three units eastbound through Glendora running light on the 1st Kaiser job.
The westbound Sunset Limited #1 passes near Walnut, CA on the former SP Colton-LA mainline. The train has about another 40 minutes before reaching its destination of Los Angeles.
The daily MWCPT from West Colton to Portland heads through western Pomona, enroute to the former SP coast line and ultimately Oregon.
Just one number away from a very famous steam engine, UP 8443 leads a westbound stack train at Spadra in western Pomona in the mid-morning.
The nose logo on the UP 2748 (the North Little Rock 100th Anniversary commerative unit) is looking a bit worse for wear as it leads a westbound hauler along with an SD60M through western Pomona.
Three former Santa Fe units head eastbound running light, after dropping off cars at the Miller Brewery in nearby Irwindale. A little variety, with GP39-2 2863 leading a GP35 and a GP30.
Looking a bit out of place on UP's former Southern Pacific LA-Colton mainline, BNSF 4197 was a welcome vistor leading a westbound stack train destined for nearby Industry yard.
An SD40-2 spoils the otherwise all red & silver consist leading an eastbound Santa Fe manifest at the big curve approaching Summit. A UP freight can be seen decending the pass in the distance.