The very first Metrolink test train to run on the completed Perris Valley Line slowly makes it's way up the Box Springs Grade near UCR in Riverside on the former ROW of the ATSF San Jacinto Branc... (more)
BNSF's usual morning fixture along the San Bernardino Sub is the ZLACWSP. You can almost set your watch to this train to be passing through the Riverside/Corona areas just after 8am 7 days a week!... (more)
A visitor from Mexico leads a train over the Santa Ana River as it approaches Riverside on Union Pacific trackage.
BNSF's San Jacinto Local works up the steep Box Springs grade with 3 units in charge. This branch, owned by Metrolink, will soon see commuter trains serving near by Moreno Valley & Perris Ca.
A rack repo to San Jose, Texas is lead by a visiting Ferromex unit as it travels over the iconic Santa Ana River Viaduct in Riverside, CA.
President Bush commemorative SD70ACe leads a colorful lash up eastbound through Streeter. Also in the consist are SP painted 1996 and MKT painted 1988.
A warbonnet and palm tree; it's hard to find a scene that screams "California" more than this!
A high priority Z9 laden with UPS traffic streaks through Riverside with the usual set of GE power.
The BNSF Pasadena local switches Warehouse Specialties in Pomona, prior to heading West on it's daily trip to Irwindale. This line once was the Santa Fe Second Division into Los Angeles.
Led by a trio of high horsepower EMD's, the San Jac local idles at Citrus Avenue prior to making it's move Southward. This branch, owned by Metrolink, will soon be plied by commuter trains servin... (more)
A nearly 4 hour late westbound Southwest Chief trundles into Riverside where it will make a brief stop before proceeding to Fullerton and then Los Angeles. Amtrak's Veterans unit leads the train o... (more)
Passing through Streater on UP's LA Sub, UP 6613 leads this Mira Loma bound auto train on a brisk fall afternoon.
BNSF 1310 and 1320 lead a long baretable move up the San Jacinto Branch as it climbs the steep Box Springs Grade on a beautiful Fall day in Southern California's Inland Empire.
Working hard as it nears the steep Box Springs grade, 2 units have this 18 car Extra San Jac moving at around 10 mph as it grinds uphill.
Working through a nice S curve in Box Springs Canyon, BNSF 112 leads it's train up the steep grade.