BNSF's Redlands Local passes over a small bridge at the location of one of the few remaining customers on what's left of the ex Santa Fe Redlands Loop.
Illustrating why rear view mirrors are important in contemporary railroading, the Third La Mirada Brakeman communicates with his engineer via hand signals, to illustrate the distance remaining to ... (more)
Backing down a 50's era branch line past one of four active industries still served by rail, the Third La Mirada switch heads West towards the San Diego Sub. Spurs once extended off the branch ev... (more)
A perfect A-B-A set of GP60Ms rest at Gateway Western's East St Louis yard. They must have made an impressive sight rolling across Missouri on the former GM&O!
Taken during GP60M No. 100's maiden eastbound voyage, this close-up shows the consoles that present and control the radio channel, brake pipe pressure, battery power level, windshield wipers, etc.... (more)
A pair of former Santa Fe GP60Ms switch cars in the yard in downtown San Diego on March 14th, 2013.
After dropping the remains of their westbound train at Pittsburg, a couple of light units roll across the Muir Trestle at track speed bound for Richmond.
The light of the setting sun shines off the face of brand-new GP60M No. 123 as it leads a 199 through Gately.
Early in the morning, an eastbound Santa Fe intermodal train idles in the siding at Woodford surrounded by freshly fallen snow.
Three brand-new GP60Ms lead a westbound intermodal train past the Tosco Oil Refinery.
Light engine GP60M No. 102 heading east passes a train of coiled steel bound for USS POSCO Steel in nearby Pittsburg.
Just after sunrise, a Santa Fe 991 train passes the Orwood marina on its way to the bridge.
A set of A-B-B-A GP60s lead a stack train east through Eagle Nest along Santa Fe's scenic Crookton Cutoff in Northern Arizona.
A colorful mix of power leads a Santa Fe eastbound freight through Valentine, Arizona.
At sunrise, a long 991 train crosses the wooden trestle between the bridges at Orwood and Middle River at a restricted 5 mph.