An SP U25B shoves the Southern California Railway Museum train back to the station.
Bringing up the markers on an eastbound Southern Pacific hauler, heading from Los Angeles' Taylor Yard to West Colton Yard, is C-40-1 caboose 1020. This caboose was built at the SP's Los Angeles ... (more)
A Union Pacific westbound freight, lead by a pair of former Southern Pacific SD40-2M diesels rebuilt by M-K from SD45s, passes through El Casco, the name for the crossover in Redlands, on Beaumont... (more)
In the Nineties, the Southern Pacific was beginning to change – Rio Grande-style "Speed Lettering" was showing up on repaints and new power thanks to new ownership, wide-nosed safety cab... (more)
NWP 3844, former SP 3700, sits in Willits with a sister unit. The two have some obvious frame damage after a collision.
An SP local with unrebuilt units is working the interchange. The diminutive TXTC unit could only push 2-3 cars up the tracks to SP which necessitated several runs daily, on no particular schedule.
A westbound (heading compass north) Southern Pacific intermodal train passes over Gaviota Creek, led by Cotton Belt GP60 9626, SP SD45R 7484, SP SD45T-2 9242 and SP SD40T-2 8327. As should be obv... (more)
An Espee train descends the east approach to the MacAuthur Bridge.
A pair of Southern Pacific GE AC4400CWs lead an eastbound Union Pacific coal train over Coal Creek between Plainview and Clay, Colorado, on a sunny and dry January 21, 2002.
Tom Golden photo.
A pair of brand new Southern Pacific C44-9Ws sits outside of the BRC's locomotive facility at Clearing Yard as they await their first revenue move. Thomas Szczesniak Jr. photo.
SP 7867 is leading a stack train thru numerous curves as it climbs Beaumont Hill.
At the appointed time on February 16, 2002, the Rio Grande Ski Train departs Fraser and heads up the grade to Winter Park to pick up a trainload of tired skiers ready to head back home to Denver. ... (more)