After getting some work done in LA, the Veteran's unit makes a shake down run to Goleta as a Pacific Surfliner pinch hitter. It is seen here passing through Chats Rocks.
Having finished most of its move across the Fairplex parking lot, Big Boy 4014 sits across from a piece of the panel track that was utilized to get it there.
Union Pacific Big Boy #4014 waits in the Fairplex parking lot after having been pulled to the end of the panel track. The panel track in front of her will now be pulled up and placed behind her ag... (more)
Union Pacific Big Boy #4014 has begun her return trek to Cheyenne. She is seen here about 50 yards or so into the journey, sitting in the Fairplex parking lot.
One of Union Pacific's famous DDA40X giants is on display at the appropriately named Rail Giants Museum. Parked across from Big Boy 4014 for a couple decades now, it's about to get a new stablemat... (more)
This temporary sign was put up along the track panels set up by Union Pacific to pull Big Boy 4014 from the Rail Giants Museum out into the parking lot.
As if on a tour of the most iconic railfan spots of SoCal, this UP passenger special hit Tehachappi, Cajon, and here San Timeteo on its way from Oakland to Council Bluffs.
The Southern Pacific heritage unit usually works on what one might call classier trains than the El Centro Hauler, but she's been in rotation on this turn for over a week now. The train negotiates... (more)
A Union Pacific passenger special from Oakland CA to Council Bluffs IA heads through Cajon Pass on the the SP Palmdale Cutoff.
A Union Pacific passenger special from Oakland CA to Council Bluffs IA races south on the Mojave Sub, hitting track speed here.
A Blue Line train from Long Beach passes through the junction with the Expo Line as it heads into downtown LA on a glorious Southern California day.
A leased ex GO unit fits right in on what has been F59PH territory for a long time, shoving by the parking garage to the west of the Metrolink station in quaint downtown Claremont.
The LATC hostler brings the power off of the recently arrived Brooklyn (ZBRLC) back towards Commerce so it can be serviced in East Yard.
An East LA bound train glides away from downtown Los Angeles, with the skyscrapers behind it and City Hall to the right.
The unique MiTrain F59PH heads up a Metrolink train to Irvine that has just begun its journey passing by the iconic and soon to be razed 6th Street Bridge.