A trio of brand-new ES44AC's lead a westbound stack train at Spadra.
A standard-cab SD60 leads a westbound manifest at Spadra in perfect light.
The engineer of UP's Pomona Local gives a friendly wave as the train heads east after switching a customer in west Pomona.
UP 4852 blasts eastbound through Pomona, on UP's original (former LA&SL) mainline.
UP 4782 East creeps onto the connector track between UP's Alhambra and Los Angeles Subdivisions at CP Reservoir.
A hot eastbound UP Z-train passes the old Southern Pacific Pomona depot.
The clear November weather continues for a mid-morning westbound UP local or hauler.
A crystal clear morning brings Mt. Baldy into view over a westbound UP manifest at Spadra.
Amtrak P42DC #39 drags a tumbleweed in its plow as it leads a 1.5 hour late westbound Sunset about 30 minutes away from Los Angeles.
Two UP SD60M's lead a local or short manifest westbound at Spadra on a crystal clear Halloween morning. This location is only about 25 miles from downtown Los Angeles.
Three UP SD70M's cruise downgrade with a westbound stack train on the former Southern Pacific Sunset route at Spadra.
A westbound doublestack at Spadra in western Pomona, led by UP 4787 and an SD40-2. Mt. Baldy looms in the distance.
An eastbound UP hauler crosses from UP's Los Angeles Subdivision (original LA&SL main) to the Alhambra Sub (ex-SP main) in Pomona.
A nearly on-time Amtrak Sunset Limited passes Spadra westbound around 10:30am on a nice October morning.
A look from inside the caboose.