After my Monday night class, I made a trip up to Cajon Pass to try a few night shots of with the light of the moon. I started this exposure when I saw the lights of the westbound train appear as... (more)
BNSF 7719 made an unusual stop at the Fullerton train station. Westbound trains, if they come to a stop, almost always stop at Basta and not the station. This was a rare photo opportunity.
As the sun begins to rise above the morning clouds, BNSF 7636 leads a westbound train along the Needles subdivision as it makes its way toward Barstow along side historic Route 66.
UP 8453 leads a local out of West Colton as a manifest passes by on the main line. The departure yard is amazingly empty except for a couple power consists.
A fire burns in Cajon Pass as two BNSF intermodal trains meet just below Summit. One train is heading down track 2 as the other train approaches from Silverwood on its way up track 1. All train ... (more)
A Los Angeles bound Meterolink train departs Fullerton after making its scheduled stop. A lone commuter makes her way along the platform.
The Chicago bound Southwest Chief pulls into Fullerton as a family watches from the pedestrian bridge. A group of rail fans wave as the baggage cart, right edge, waits for the train to stop.
AMTK 454 leads a Pacific Surfliner train with a low level set of car northbound as the train crosses the trestles at Trestles Beach.
UP 1983, 1996, and 2002 lead KG1LA pass through the cut below Summit in Cajon Pass.
UP 1983, 1996, and 2002 lead KG1LA come off the Palmdale cut-off and approach West Colton at Pepper Ave.
UP 1983, 1996, and 2002 lead KG1LA pass through the S-curve after crossing Swarthout Canyon Rd.
UP 5450 leads a mixed freight up the Palmdale cutoff as it approaches Silverwood.
The Chicago bound Southwest Chief waits for passengers to board during its stop at Fullerton.
A Los Angeles bound Metrolik departs from the Claremont station. The inspiration for this image came from looking at a friend's series of images. The Claremont station is located in the village ... (more)
BNSF 6604 lead a westbound train arcoss the Colorado River.