Spring rains have brought many flowers to Cajon Pass. Here a westbound rounds Sullivan's Curve just east of Cajon siding.
The San Jose Perishables exits Tunnel 2 on a fresh spring morning.
The eastbound Rio Grande Zephyr departs Granby in the late afternoon.
A westbound UP intermodal train, possibly the OMW, exits the former WP Tunnel 1 in Niles Canyon. This location is rarely photographed, yet it is only a short walk from the nearest road.
SP ran a Super Bowl Special from the Bay Area to the LA basin with its own passenger cars. The special is seen here coasting down the grade off Tehachapi Pass into Mojave, Ca.
On a calm October morning, a westbound manifest glides along the waters of San Pablo Bay. The Pacific Refining Co. is in the background. Today the site is a city park.
A westbound glides downgrade at Bealville in the morning. The train is about to enter Tunnel 2.
This day's LW51 local from Stockton to Milpitas had a couple of visitors in its power consist. The train is seen crossing the former WP bridge at the west end of Altamont Pass.
A westbound intermodal train cruises past the Tosco graphite plant at Collier, California.
Santa Fe 5436 leads a westbound on a hazy morning at Christie in Franklin Canyon. 5436 was one of four SD45s rebuilt by Santa Fe with a 3500 hp 16 cylinder 645 prime mover.
Santa Fe 5052 leads a very short manifest at the west end of Christie siding in Franklin Canyon.
An intermodal train moves westbound at Christie in Franklin Canyon. The green grass of this field has since been obliterated and replaced by a large fill carrying the expanded Highway 4.
Santa Fe SD40 5000 leads an eastbound intermodal train over the Alhambra Creek trestle in Franklin Canyon.
A westbound Santa Fe cruises through one of the many cuts between Christie and Collier, in Franklin Canyon near Hercules, California.