Shorty after the revival of Santa Fe famous Warbonnet scheme a pair of FP45's led a "RailCycle" special east about to pass underneath SP's Colton Line in the city of Rialto
Santa Fe 4-8-4 3751 steams by at track speed arriving to her final destination for the day. 5 miles away, thousands of railfans are waiting for the arrival of 3751 to start the San Bernardino 2014... (more)
Santa Fe 3751 leads an excursion eastbound through Rialto towards San Bernadino, bound for the San Bernadino Railroad Days.
RBRX 18520 leads train 356 towards it's Rialto station shop as it heads east towards its finally destination of San Bernardino.
UP 8061 leads a short Southbound general freight down the Palmdale Cutoff near the north switch at Slover, seen from the Mill Street overpass.
BNSF's Barstow to West Colton (UP interchange) drops down the Palmdale Cutoff near the top end of Slover siding, seen from the Mill Street overpass.
2 units lead this southbound auto train down the former SP Palmdale Cutoff near the Foothill Blvd overpass. The train will use the east leg of the wye at West Colton to gain access to the Yuma Sub... (more)
Following closely behind a Southbound auto train, UP 1995 leads the ZBRLC seen from the Foothill Blvd overpass as it nears Bench on the Palmdale Cutoff.
The Mojave Flyer is just minutes north of West Colton as it works up the Palmdale Cutoff at the Foothill Blvd overpass in Rialto.
Fresh after stopping at Rialto Metrolink station to pick up the mayor of San Bernardino, ATSF 3751 steams to her next and final location, the Santa Fe depot of San Bernardino, where Railroad Days ... (more)
Just about two miles into its trip, Metrolink train 359 (San Bernardino to Los Angeles) passes through Rialto on February 12, 2011. Along with the usual Bombardier-built cars, today's train inclu... (more)
Special unit built for yard use only
Santa Fe business train passing through Rialto CA headed to Cadiz, CA to promote trash dump site
BN Freight passes Rialto Metrolink. The chalk message on the rail says it was de-stressed on 2.10.03.
The Rialto Metrolink Station celebrates the city's agricultural past with sculpture and colorful banners.