The Robertsons Ready Mix rock train snakes through San Timeteo Canyon
Fighting the steep eastbound grade of San Timoteo Canyon, SP 8693 charges under a signal bridge making good time with gobs of black smoke billowing from her exhaust. What was beautiful to railfans... (more)
UP's eastbound Robertson's rock train heads for another load at Cabazon passing through Redlands.
Brand new UP 9071 leads an eastbound auto train up Beaumont Hill in the early morning.
Sporting a fresh new paint job, UP 1995 leads the KG4LB down San Timiteo Canyon on the Yuma Sub.
The Lackawanna-heritage unit leads the very-low-priority KAILC through Southern California on its way to LATC near downtown Los Angeles. Railfans in SoCal were waiting on this train for at least 2... (more)
The Robertson Ready Rock train shuttles back and forth between a rock quarry in Cabazon CA and a cement plant in Gardena CA. It is seen here making (what the symbol indicates) is its second run of... (more)
A single engine (and one from Mexico) leads the UP autoracks from Gibson IN to Mira Loma CA through the western end of San Timeteo Canyon. There was another unit on the back of the train.
A hot Z train makes its way west through the end of San Timeteo Canyon as it nears the Los Angeles Basin and the end of its run.
The Lackawanna Heritage Unit #1074 makes a rare Southern California appearance as it leads a high priority stack train west towards Los Angeles.
The Lackawanna Heritage Unit #1074 makes a rare Southern California appearance as it leads a high priority stack train west towards Los Angeles. Here the train is nearing the end of its run throug... (more)
The conductor is ecstatic to see us as she and engineer bring NS 8114 out of the canyon and into the Inland Valley
UP 6323 brings up the rear of this eastbound stack train between Redlands and Ordway.
UP 2710 along with a CSXT unit lead a West Colton to Ft. Worth manifest through Redlands on the Yuma Sub.