As a hostler moves power around in the engine facility, rebuilt Alco Centuries are busy with switching duties in the yard.
SP was one of the many corporate sponsors for the Los Angeles Summer games in 1984. This was their commerative locomotive. It unfortunately was destroyed a little over a year later in a head-on co... (more)
This set of classic SP power is moving between tracks to back up towards its train.
This specially painted locomotive was commerating the 1932 and 1984 US Summer Olympics held in Los Angeles, Ca of those years. Unfortunately in August of 1985 this loco was destroyed in a head-on... (more)
This local yard job, is pulling out a long string of centerbeam cars.
This one time mainline roadpower for the UP, now works as an RCL unit in their West Colton classification yard
This 20yr old SD40-2 is still earning its keep, now working as an RCL, coupled up to a former SP SD-45.
This is a former CNW (MK Rebuilt in 94)...then became SP before being aquired by the UP. Still working diligently more than 40yrs after it was built by EMD.
After a parade of Westbounds, the second Eastbound (or so I thought) of the day departs led by an all-EMD consist. This train was the first I have seen in a while to use the balloon track to reve... (more)
SD70ace #8331 leads the first Eastbound of the day out of West Colton yard and into the rising sun.
Union Pacific extra unit train UWCCOX08 makes a U-turn on the balloon track at 4:45p. Train was solid empty center beams with the exception of one boxcar. This rather rare extra train headed west... (more)
Road power moves about in the yard.
another lucky catch, but this time at the new shops complex. She sure does look good, even if shes wears a coat of Amour yellow, and some tagging.