Passing the Summit of Cajon Pass, UP 8912 west leads its train towards West Colton.
UP 8912 leads the MNPWC freight at Martinez on the Cajon Sub.
A Eastbound UP freight with a KCS SD70MAC works hard up Beaumont Hill.
With one of the more unexpected consists to be seen powering a CSX train, a pair of out of place visitors in the form of BNSF and Canadian Pacific pass through the Coosa Street signal bridge in Mo... (more)
Resembling the glory days of when Santa Fe was running the show, La Junta's yard is full of a few trains this afternoon waiting for crews to move them to Denver. This scene of a yard with life is... (more)
Still wearing its original BNSF number, the 8274 is a very exciting sight to see at the point of a freight train since many in this class of locomotives have usually been found in the dead lines a... (more)
On a sunny morning in Pueblo, the 302 yard crew positions today’s 101 power which includes a Canadian Pacific visitor as part of the motive power.
From this vantage point, you can see how the Type F (top) and Type E (bottom) couplers differ extensively from each other. With its larger overall size, the Type F is very encompassing of the Typ... (more)
The 01416 was part of a seventy car caboose class built by the Burnham Shops in Denver beginning in 1940. These seventy cabooses are distinguishable by the use of an all riveted steel sheathing. ... (more)
The northbound 567 train heads through the Del Mar Beach area as it is about to meet a late running 562 at a siding just a few miles north of here during a flawless day on the west coast.
Having broken down a majority of its train from Barstow, the BNSF 7774 shoves back further into the yard to sort more cars.
A loaded train departs the clinker at Black Rock Quarry as it begins its surprisingly fast run to the Cemex River Plant near downtown Victorville.
Csx 775 East along the New River WV