A small stenciling of "MNA" was apparently all Rail America needed to show who owned this former SP tunnel motor on the point of a freight from KC that is tied down and waiting for a new crew here... (more)
A westbound SP manifest makes its way around the Allard Horseshoe surrounded by the beautiful rolling grassland of the Tejon Ranch.
A westbound manifest kicks up leaves as it passes through a large grove of huge oak trees.
A late running 432 pulls into the siding at Kitchener to complete their work. Far from the Sierra Nevadas that inspired it's design, this tunnel motor still proudly earns its kept in Southern Onta... (more)
An old Southern Pacific Tunnel Motor still in mostly SP paint, is in charge of 432. Normally they would leave their train on the main (left most track) but today they were running late necessitati... (more)
Leaving Leyden, Colorado, under angry skies, Union Pacific westbound manifest MDVRO ascends toward the Front Range on the afternoon of October 29, 1999. Six locomotives power the train, led by EMD... (more)
Six-axle EMDs idle in the yard awaiting their next assignment.
An SP eastbound roars through the deep cut where tunnel 6 once was as a westbound Santa Fe pig train recedes in the distance. The photographer is in the midst of a race with an eastbound SP 10,000... (more)
Time is short for this SP Tunnel Motor, get your shots while you can! GEXR 432 crosses the Humber Tresstle on very cold and very windy March morning.
A Southern Pacific freight departs the Ogden Union Railway & Depot Co. yard at 21st Street on Sept. 25, 1976. A few interesting details in this view include the old SP shop complex, the yard tower... (more)
A recent graduate of SP's GRIP program leads a westbound pig train on the fourth crossing of Tehachapi Creek.
SP 9197 west with RG 3123 and SP 7760 are stopped at the Vail crossovers waiting for clearance into Tucson yard.
westbound SP coke train approaching Humphreys siding near Santa Clarita. This main line at the time is now a Metrolink siding.
"Got Track Warrant?" A friendly reminder to crews climbing climbing aboard MNA's 9375.