A westbound Santa Fe pig train passes the old yard. In the distance, the old shops appear to be still active judging from the diesel exhaust rising from that location.
At dusk, UP 9773 races westward through the Sonoran Desert.
Alligator No. 5162 works the Eugene hump.
Various locomotives, both from EMD and GE, undergo repairs in Burnham Shops.
Two new locomotives, one a Dash 9 and the other a Dash 8, pull a westbound Santa Fe pig train across the Alhambra Valley near sunset on the Muir Trestle.
Seven GP9s and GP9Bs lead a Spokane International train out of Spokane Yard.
At dusk, the observation on the end of the Worlds Fair Daylight flashes past the many photographers gathered to shoot the train with Mt. Shasta as a backdrop.
SD45R No. 5329 leads a hot, eastbound Santa Fe pig train past SP track indicators near the west end of Cable.
Shop workers replace the governor in EMD's first six-axle locomotive, SP SD7 No. 1521, formerly EMD demonstrator No. 660.
Crew prepare to swap trains at Geyserville and then return to their home terminals of Willits and Schellville.
Light engine GP60M No. 102 heading east passes a train of coiled steel bound for USS POSCO Steel in nearby Pittsburg.
Just after sunrise, a Santa Fe 991 train passes the Orwood marina on its way to the bridge.
18mm close-up of 8604.
A pair of high-hood GP38s rests between assignments of pulling heavy passenger trains between Guadalajara and Mexico City.
C630M No. 4507 waits for its next assignment as it idles in the yard.