C44-9W 651 leads four D8-40CWs near the summit of Cajon Pass.
SD60M 6208 leads a SD50 and C30-7 2442.
As morning pushes toward midday, Amtrak No. 5, the San Francisco Zephyr, eases into Colfax, preparing to stop for passengers at the depot in this small town at 2,500 foot of elevation in the Sier... (more)
J.B.Hunt double stack train of BNSF that comes from the port area of Los Angeles, passes through the BNSF Intermodal yard and facility located in San Bernardino, CA. It does not stop at this place... (more)
One of the biggest attractions of San Francisco is undoubtedly the so-called cable car.
Southbound Amtrak Pacific Surfliner, in the morning bordering Emma Wood State Beach in Ventura, in route to Union Station, Los Angeles
On a hot afternoon in June 1973, Santa Fe 8712 West passes a classic signal bridge that's lost it's target signal. At this time the railroad was cutting down its signal bridges and replacing them ... (more)
Rolling through the S Curve at Glenshire, Union Pacific No.7388 with an Intermodal Container Train, hugs the Truckee River as it approaches the town of Truckee,
Union Pacific No. 2719 and 5 mates swing through the snowy confines of Yuba Gap with an Intermodal Container Train.
CNW Dash 9-44CW 8681 leads Union Pacific SD60Ms 6136 and 6318 and SD40-2 3343.
C40-8W 864 leads ATSF GP60M 125 and SDF40-2 5262.
Cable cars must be rotated on the handrails at the end.
PCC Car No. 1040 in San Francisco.
NVR 72 leads the Napa Valley Wine Train's lunch train back to Napa, seen here at Oak Knall Ave.
March 4th, 2018
A westbound BNSF freight fills Warren Curve west of Mojave, California, as it heads for Tehachapi Pass on February 28, 2016.