GE's 5000 Evolution series unit, UP #7964 leads this ZMNLA2 into West Colton seen from the ever famous Pepper Ave overpass.
UP 6613 and CSX 308 lead this westbound rack train down Beaumont Hill near Ordway under stormy sky's that brought Southern California some much needed rain over the last 2 days.
UP heritage unit 1988 leads this westbound QEWWC down Beaumont Hill near Ordway.
UP 6597 leads a westbound K-Line train down Beaumont Hill near El Casco.
UP 8488 leads this westbound down San Timoteo Canyon at Ordway, with CSX SD40-2 8205 second out.
UP 1996 east works up San Timoteo Canyon between Ordway and El Casco leading the MWCEC.
Southern Pacific Heritage unit #1996 leads this West Colton to El Centro manifest freight up Beaumont Hill at Ordway.
UP 8810 is running on yellow signals as it follows the 1996 east which was leading today's MWCEC near El Casco.
After it's run down the Mojave Sub from Bakersfield, a Yuma Sub crew now handles the SOACB as it heads east along the ex SP Sunset Route through San Timoteo Canyon.
UP 1988, MKT heritage unit. Note the recently installed PTC equipment, which is why this unit was at West Colton for several weeks.
Seen from the Indian Canyon Drive overpass, UP 1988 leads it's train past the Palm Springs Amtrak depot as a westbound blasts by on main 1.
Passing the old SP location of Pershing, UP 1988 has it's train under control as it nears the Sunset Ave crossing in Banning.
Passing under the Hwy 79 overpass at Beaumont, UP 1988 has Beaumont Hill under its belt now as it begins the downhill decent to the low desert and points east.
Seen from the new Centennial bridge in Beaumont, The Katy heritage unit leads the MWCFW general freight along the Yuma Sub as it works up the last mile of the climb up Beaumont Hill.
Passing through the Hinda crossovers, UP 1988 works hard as it exits San Timoteo Canyon at Beaumont.