With the Rio Grande heritage unit trailing, an auto train passes from Arizona to California over the Colorado River bridge.
Stacks from Atlanta head east near Araz Junction near the Arizona/California border.
An intermodal from San Antonio streaks across the desert in eastern California on its way to Long Beach.
The Union Pacific Calipatria Local heads back to El Centro after a day of switching.
A Dallas bound merchandise train heads east at Tipton Road on the Southern Pacific Sunset Route (aka Union Pacific's Yuma Sub).
A Dallas bound merchandise train heads east into the sunrise at Fingal on the Southern Pacific Sunset Route (aka Union Pacific's Yuma Sub).
Up close and in the distance are two Flats Industrial Railroad switchers awaiting the next day's work (although the SW1500 is pretty much where it was when I last saw it two years ago).
Last Friday, shot this Metrolink (train 112) at Van Nuys with a BNSF AC4400CW leading. Since these big orange beasts started rolling out on the Metrolink lines, I'm yet to get a decent shot. Despi... (more)
A Cleveland Works switcher pulls up to a cut of cars (out of frame) to being its next move.
A former UP MP15 awaits repairs on the turntable at museum/contractor Midwest Railway Preservation Society. Photo taken with permission and while wearing full PPE.
The Crystal Springs & Cahuenga Valley Railway was, I believe, a fictional railroad made up by the Travel Town folk in Los Angeles. Back in the 1990s and early 2000s they ran a caboose train on the... (more)
Amtrak's train 774 as seen from the San Clemente Pier.
A pair of F59PHIs (I assume one is a rescue engine added in San Diego, but don't know that for sure) power Amtrak's late Pacific Surfliner 777 through San Clemente.
A Metrolink turn to Oceanside passes through the beach area north of San Clemente Pier.
A rare daylight "Daygo" aka Barstow to San Dieogo manifest, was called today and gave me an excuse to go railfan on the beach.