Pulling out of the siding at Amboy on the BNSF Needles Sub, a westbound doublestack freight throttles up as it approaches the National Trails Highway grade crossing.
After sitting at Walong for around 2 hours for a broken rail, the MWCRVB-27 finally gets a move on it's trip north as it passes the intermediates, which are in the last days of their reign on the... (more)
Metrolink 890 flies towards Oxnard at 79MPH on a Spring evening.
All that's left of Hooterville. Those of us who are over 50 remember the TV sitcom called Petticoat Junction (PJ). The railroad action scenes that were used in that series were all shot on... (more)
Three ex-California Zephyr cars trail Amtrak 11 Southbound, giving a small representation of the famous streamliner on the back of a modern Amtrak train.
WP Inside Gateway bound train climbing out of Oroville on new track necessitated by the construction of nearby Oroville Dam
WP westbound waiting for a meet on the main line at Marysville, CA
Santa Fe train 807 rolls east through the great Mojave Desert with 16 cars of interchange traffic for the Arizona and California Railroad at Cadiz.
A Santa Fe manifest waits its turn to depart Goffs while a priority intermodal races by on the Needles Sub. The Santa Fe 838 would receive BNSF Railway 'New Image' livery in 2008. By July 2010 it ... (more)
6207 leads a container train through Kelso, passing 6573 which was parked up.
Feeding the movie star. Railtown Fireman Stephanie Tadlock swings the fueling boom into place over the oil tank in the tender of movie star locomotive Sierra #3. Although she was built as ... (more)
The new and improved Amtrak exhibit train made its debut at the 2013 Fullerton Railroad Days. Here, Amtrak F40PH (though it is now an NPCU) #406 still sports its 40th anniversary '1971-2011' decal... (more)
WP eastbound UP runthrough TOF takes a big curve deep in the Feather River Canyon near Rich Bar
Aaaaaaand....ACTION! With perhaps more Hollywood movie and TV credits to her name than any other locomotive in history, the legendary Sierra Railway #3 puts on a private performance for the... (more)