Just like old times. Fresh from the paint shop, Santa Fe FP45s 101 and 102 show off the resurrected "Warbonnet" paint scheme in front of the classic San Bernardino station.
Another day at the pulpwood mill.
A pair of Kodachromes climb past Cajon.
Utah Railroad alligators 403 and 401 cross the Gordon Creek trestle as they head back to Martin.
8444 crosses the Mojave River on the way to Los Angeles to celebrate Union Station's 50th birthday.
Is this the deep south or what? A very late 611, returning to Jacksonville, FL from Valdosta, GA, crosses the Suwanee River near Fargo, GA. It was the last shot of the day, so we spent the rest ... (more)
Power-starved UP had to pull everything off the shelves in the spring of 1984 and for a few months Centennials were back in service. Those few months were good ones for Kodak.
5256 is only a few months from her purchase from Amtrak and conversion to freight service as an SDF40-2. She still looks fresh as she glides past a brand-new station sign at Edwards, CA.
Without a diesel, 4449 creates a classic image as it crosses over the Carquinez Strait on the Benicia Bridge. Wish I could make that other bridge dissapear!
Commuter Cadillacs! Both of SP's steam generator-equipped SD9s lead commute train #56. 4450 and 4451 were known as "Huff and Puff". I believe that's Tunnel #3 in background.
8444 crests Cima Hill, Calif on the way to Los Angeles to celebrate Union Station's 50th birthday.
8391 is starting to dig in its heels for the long climb up Donner Pass.
On a very hazy day, 4-8-4s #4449 and #8444 march into Los Angeles Union Station. They will be part of Union Station's 50th anniversary celebration.
GG1 #4873 makes it's way west over the 1908 Raritan Bay Draw Bridge. The clock was ticking on the GG1s by this time.
Tunnel Motors doing what they do best.