After the track work crews got done doing their job, the first train to lead the parade of westbounds is a hot Willow Springs, IL to North Bay, CA intermodal train as it has no problem going up As... (more)
A Q ALTLAC slowly makes its way to the summit of Ash Hill along the Needles Subdivision.
The westbound Z WSPNBY8 leaves Needles with a Canadian Pacific leader and a KCS Southern Bell SD70ACe in tow at Klinefelter, CA.
A Richmond, CA intermodel train bound for Texas as its 6,000 feet of stack cars are seen in one shot at Klinefelter.
A heavy eastbound Q train chugs to the top of Goffs Hill as the sunsets over the Mojave Desert.
A westbound stack train struggles up Beaumont Hill as a westbound auto train begins to over take it at Cabazon at dawn.
An EMD leader pulls a Long Beach, CA to El Paso, TX stack traina cross the Yuma Sub in the early morning.
The lone DPU of the loaded Robertson Rock Train snakes its way through Ordway.
As the sun breaks over the top of the surrounding peaks in Cabazon, UP 8825 leads a 17 car long officer special west across the Yuma Subdivision on an early, March morning.
BNSF 9273 leads a Global 4, IL to Long Beach, CA stack train through San Timoteo Canyon on a warm March afternoon.
Snaking its way through San Timoteo Canyon, BNSF 9273 leads a rare lash up for Southern California that consist of BNSF SD70ACe, BNSF SD70MAC, and two CSX units.
A rare BNSF SD70ACe makes its way into Southern California, with a BNSF SD70MAC and two CSX Units, on a Long Beach bound stack train at Cabazon, CA
A westbound Z train glides down Tehachapi Pass at Caliente where a UP manifest, bound for West Colton, waits in the hole on a warm September afternoon.
The westbound empty Salad Shooter rolls west across the Feather River at Pulga.
A westbound stack train glides down the Feather River Canyon as it approaches Pulga where a local waits in the siding.