Tucked away among a miriad of freight cars, a UP manifest prepares to depart for points East.
High horsepower units rule the roost at West Colton.
A WSOR SD20 lays over in the ex-CNW yard at Madison.
Additional yard power is being fueled by a local dealer.
One of the new ex-GP40X rebuilds shows off in the morning sun.
Morning San Diegan arrives at Fullerton station en route to Los Angeles and points North.
An empty auto rack train screams Westbound through Surprise past the station sign.
An Eastbound commuter train pushes through Esperanza and underneath Yorba Linda Blvd.
Four GP60's idle on the newly constructed siding between Esperanza and Imperial Highway with a stack train destined to head West after the commuter rush.
The nose of UP1385 in the California sun. This unit was wrecked a year later and scrapped.
BNSF intermodal passes the new siding at Esperanza with NS pool power in the consist. The EMD was NS 1644, originally built for NW in 1974.
After the fog burned off, power was hostled onto waiting trains. This was the first set of the morning which included UP 3564 in original paint.
Sunrise over West Colton sets an eerie scene as the fog has not yet burned off from the cool night before.
As the work day wraps, a UP GP15-1 pushes a CNW hopper onto the BNSF mainline.