A westbound San Joaquin with an ex-UP E-unit for power rumbles through the SP-Santa Fe diamonds as the tower operator looks on.
Santa Fe 2895 West is on the last leg of its journey to Richmond as it approaches Collier, CA.
NWP 4327 and 4324 meet at Geyserville to swap trains.
SF train #881 has three brand new GP50 units 3849, 3852, and 3843 along with an F45 at the Blue cut in 1984.
SF 5309 west is stopped at the siding of Pisgah for a meet in the mojave desert in 1985 with three pool units from the BN.
BNSF 147, sporting a remarkably sharp coat of "Super Fleet" Warbonnet paint, heads up the 2nd Watson as it rolls out of the Watson Yard in Wilmington.
For the first time ever, the San Bernardino Railroad Historical Society (SBRHS) created and flawlessly executed an open to the public night photography session with Santa Fe 3751 and a flurry of r... (more)
On a searingly hot morning in the Mojave Desert, a Santa Fe eastbound hustles through the reverse curves west of Ludlow as a westbound fades into the distance.
At sunset, a bay window caboose punctuates the end of an eastbound Western Pacific manifest.
Not long after sunrise, a pair of Santa Fe cowls leads Amtrak No. 3 up the eastern slope of Cajon Pass.
A trio of SP ACs idles in the yard at Mojave.
Westbound BNSF freight at speed in Palermo Ca.
UP 7373 leads the detouring QRVWCB-16 across the 930-foot long, 122-year-old Stenner Creek Trestle and out of the morning marine layer as it drops off Cuesta Pass toward San Luis Obispo. Also of s... (more)
Snaking out of Sullivan's Curve and past Cajon Junction, an eastbound BNSF Z train works upgrade in the afternoon heat through the chard hills following the massive Blue Cut Fire.