Completed in 1904 by the San Pedro, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake Railway the cement arch bridge spanning the Santa Ana River continues to serve the line's successor, Union Pacific, well over 100 yea... (more)
Heading to the Big CityMetrolink train 751, operating from Riverside to Los Angeles, departs the La Sierra station in western Riverside, California, on August 13, 2016. One of the ... (more)
Meeting in RiversideAt La Sierra, in western Riverside, California, BNSF train S-LPCSCO2-09 (Intermodal Stacks; Logistics Park Chicago IL - Thenard CA; over 13,000 tons and 11845 fe... (more)
Missed it by That Much!A Santa Fe eastbound, led by Dash 9-44CW 649, rushes past the old, out-of-service Santa Fe passenger station in Riverside, California, on May 22nd, 199... (more)
Santa Fe 4-8-4 3751 whistles as it meets an eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe double-stack train at Casa Blanca, four miles west of the Riverside Amtrak/Metrolink station. The steam engine i... (more)
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)