With it's journey through San Timoteo Canyon finished, NS 7572 west passes through Redlands as it heads for West Colton and a crew change.
UP 7381 west with a pair of CSX pool units leads this stack train out of San Timoteo at Redlands.
A pair of relatively clean UP ES44AC's power a westbound doublestack train through San Timoteo Canyon between Ordway and Redlands on the Yuma Sub.
Near Redlands on the Union Pacific's Yuma Sub, a westbound intermodal train with a dirty C44ACTE on the point exits San Timoteo Canyon and will soon be entering the Los Angeles basin.
UP 8734 leads a westbound freight out of San Timoteo Canyon at Redlands.
a pair of GP 60's in helper service speed east through Redlands, CA headed toward Indio to help a westbound over Beaumont Pass
A 36-hour late Tropicana heads through the reverse curves at El Casco in San Timeteo Canyon.
UP 7443 and 2 SD60's lead this eastbound general freight upgrade as the train enters San Timoteo Canyon.
UP's ZG4CI drops into the sunny San Timoteo canyon, after passing through a drenching storm a few miles prior (seen in the background)
Note the summit of San Gorgonio Mountain, Southern California's tallest, peaking into the extreme left of the frame.
UP 8196 leads a short West Colton to Dallas manifest through Redlands as it enters San Timoteo Canyon.
Looking about as unprofessional as you can get with jumbled up front numberboards and spray painted SP initials on the nose, SP 7465 still gets the job done as seen here heading down Beaumont Hill... (more)
A long string of doublestack containers moves towards its destination with the help of a SD70ACe and SD70M, plus a SD70ACe on the back (not pictured).
Dropping out of San Timoteo Canyon at Redlands, CSX power leads this westbound at the Beaumont Ave crossing.
CSX pool power exits San Timoteo Canyon at Redlands and is just miles away from a crew change at West Colton.