Here's one of the oddest units you'll ever see - a TP70. Built in December of 2015, FDWX 0002 was built on the frame of an HTC truck donated from SD40-2 PSWX (ex-CP) No. 785. Powered by a CAT 9.3 ... (more)
On a warm summer morning, SJVR's Hanford Job waits for the Santa Fe's 991 train in downtown Hanford, California. It will be a hot day, so the SJVR crew has fully engaged their air conditioning dev... (more)
Two days before the ringing in of the new year, SJVR 440, a 1966-built GP40 that has seen service on the Milwaukee Road, Soo Line and Florida East Coast prior to the San Joaquin Valley Railroad, t... (more)
Pausing for work in Kings Park, Local 313 prepares to break away from its train to drop off the rear two units as the new local power for Kings Park prior to picking up more cars for the trip down... (more)
2 freshly painted SD40T-2 that are on lease to a new grain mill at Hanford.
After having completed switching industries located within the Kings Industrial Park, the BNSF Evening Kings Park Job heads passes through Hanford on its way north to switch the industries located... (more)
Stockton to Barstow freight MSTOBAR heads east just south of Hanford.
Westbound train near Hanford
San Joaquin Valley Railroad GP9 65, still wearing the colors and markings of former owner California Western, is ex-Southern Pacific 3411, ex-SP 3428, and was originally owned by SP subsidiary Tex... (more)
Magnetic Flagman wig wag crossing signal at the Brown St. crossing in Hanford Calif. on June 6th, 2006. Steve Crise Photo. © Scrise.com.
In a scene that might be mistaken for the Midwest, MJRX 1023 rests at a grain elevator in California's San Joaquin Valley.
Santa Fe F45 5973, following Amtrak #714 down California's Central Valley, passes the station in Hanford with a hot piggyback train.
Amtrak California Dash 8-32BWH 501 arrives in Hanford, in Califrornia's Central Valley, with train #714, the "San Joaquin."
BNSF 770 rescues a Caltrans F59PHI and a BNSF SD 40-2 on a Southbound San Joaquin