San Jacinto branch baretables head west along the San Bernardino Sub through Colton. Just down the line at Highgrove the train will enter the branch for its slow climb up the Box Springs grade.
A Long Beach bound stack train passes the North switch at Slover siding behind a pair of brand new GE's
UP 8314 is slowing to a stop and will hold just west of the Colton crossovers until a Westbound BNSF train clears. At that time the UP train will crossover onto the UP Mount Vernon connector that ... (more)
BNSF 7214 leads a San Diego bound vehicle train through Colton.
Eastbound stacks pass through a cut just West of the Colton crossovers.
Heading eastbound on the Sunset Route, this is a C-50-8 bay window caboose. The C-50-8's were delivered in 1979 from PACCAR. Caboose info courtesy Espee.railfan.net
Seen from the Pepper Ave overpass, this Southbound drops down off the Palmdale cutoff as a set of road power with a BNSF SD70 trailing, backs down to its train.
Empty coal train CLBSV heads up the BNSF Cajon Sub at Colton as the rest of the train is still comming off the Yuma Sub connector.
UP's Kaiser hauler builds its train seen from the Pepper Ave overpass.
Can you smell the paint on them? Three one-month old GP40X units (can you tell how exited the 16-year-old me was to see them) lead train 168 through Colton Crossing and past Colton Tower on a day ... (more)
UP 3111 still earns its keep as it works the west end of the West Colton yard with a local. The well worn SD40-2 is working with an SD38-2 #Y824.
I believe this was the the highest numbered one, if you don't count the ex-EMD demo 875, which also liked to hang out on this local train in its latter days.
Westbound stacks pass through Colton in the late afternoon seen from the Pepper Ave overpass.
One of BNSF's newer ES44C4's leads a westbound through Colton in the early morning.
3 Warbonnets lead a San Jacinto Branch bound baretable west through Colton.