A Hand on the Throttle run from Leaman Place to just short of Carpenters, passes a farm on Belmont Road.
Railroad Musuem of Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania Railroad M1 #6755 still looks brawny and ready even with a bit of rust and wear.
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Four faces of road power from the Pepper Overpass looking into the West Colton trim yard.
The Union Pacific Rail Giants special waits just north of Slover for traffic to pass before it beds for the night in West Colton.
The Union Pacific Rail Giants special heads down the southern end of the Palmdale Cutoff. From here it just has a few more miles until it reaches West Colton.
Taken from a dirt road high above an area between Blue Cut and Keenbrook, the Union Pacific Rail Giants special heads through an S-Curve on the Palmdale Cutoff.
Union Pacific's steam excursion special for the Rail Giants Museum heads west into Victorville as it passes the iconic Mojave River Steel Bridge on old Route 66.
An Ogden-bound manifest nears the Oro Grande/Victorville border on its way east. the green is provided by the intermittent waters of the Mojave River.
An Ogden-bound manifest train comes around the sweeping curve at Alray in Cajon Pass.
Export coal from Arco is within the last 100 miles of its journey as it rolls through Cajon Pass on its way to Long Beach where it will be loaded onto a ship.
A Portland bound manifest pulls over the Cajon Creek (which is a dry wash here) as it heads through Mormon Rocks area of Cajon Pass.
A "PT Cruiser" aka a Portland manifest, crosses Cajon Creek in San Bernardino CA on the Palmdale Cutoff. This piece of railroad is 52-years old, having been completed in 1967.
An Amtrak Pacific Surfliner shoves its way towards LA (looming in the background) as it crosses the LA River on the Redondo Flyover.
Union Pacific's J-Yard Switcher comes off the Alameda Industrial Lead and onto the narrow alley located spur to the "sugar house," a corn syrup processor.