A Cotton Belt GP60 leads three tunnel motors as it heads east up Beaumont Hill.
Cotton Belt GP40-2 No. 7254 and Southern Pacific GP40M-2 No. 7124 power a short three-car Malta local that has just departed Malta, Colorado, under a towering 14,421-foot tall Mount Massive, still... (more)
After Union Pacific closed Colorado’s Tennessee Pass as a through route on August 23, 1997, it still operated a one-a-week local from Pueblo to Malta, near Leadville for about eighteen months. On ... (more)
Cotton Belt 9624 leads an eastbound doublestack through the curves near Empirita. Trailing consist is SP 8004, SP 7369, SSW 9629 and SP 9603.
Cotton Belt 9662 leads an eastbound manifest train out of the Tucson yard and around the curve as it heads out on the part of the Sunset Route known as "The Stormy".
Cotton Belt 7657 west rolls down the hill towards Tucson. Pool power, like the BN 6847, was common on the Southern Pacific Sunset route.
Cotton Belt 9630 leads an eastbound manifest through the San Timoteo road crossing as it heads uphill towards Banning.
As a Santa Fe intermodal train races west on the main line, the helper set, led by Cotton Belt 9355, slowly heads west down the helper spur. On the middle track is SP 9355, which is starting to p... (more)
Cotton Belt 8376 sits in the helper spur track at Dike.
Cotton Belt 9656 leads UP 6302 and a westbound Swift Roadrailer train through Tehachapi.
Cotton Belt 9279, SP 8990 and SP 9181 have pulled their train out of the West Colton yard and are now working uphill through Slover siding as they take the Palmdale Cutoff over Cajon Pass.
Cotton Belt 8980 leads an eastbound intermodal out of West Colton yard, while a westbound heads into the yard.
The conductor on the SP 7413 gives a roll-by to an eastbound manifest led by Cotton Belt 9376.
SSW GP30 754 original numbers 750-759, they were renumbered to 5000-5009.
A westbound Siskiyou Line train splits the semaphores near MP 600. When SP was remanufacturing its SD45T-2s, their final set up occurred in Eugene. They wouild make a trip or two down the Siskiyo... (more)