Eastbound intermodal train starting it's descent into Mojave and points east approaching Cameron
A Roger Puta Photograph
1040 is the very last built of almost 5,000 PCC streetcars manufactured in North America. A Roger Puta Photograph
Talk about a survivor, this thing is probably running around still after at least three rebuilds.
A group of GP's pull a drag freight up Cajon Pass.
After flagging a crossing east of town, the local is back up to track speed (10mh) as it rolls into Azusa and past the original Santa Fe depot here, now boarded up with an uncertain future.
It's hard to beleive a scene like this can still be captured in 2017, but in a small section of Glendora, the Santa Fe Railway appears to almost still be thriving.
Swaying from side to side do... (more)
A new crew is onboard and Union Pacific 7215 is departing Dunsmuir, California with a lengthy QPWRV in tow. This train will follow the Upper Sacramento River (pictured right) down to Lakehead. A c... (more)
The last rays of sunshine peak through the forest, illuminating the stainless steel superliner cars on Amtrak's California Zephyr. This train is running a couple hours late as it approaches the su... (more)
SD 59MX 9915 and SD 70M 4822 work local at Oroville Yard.
Oil on the coast. The oil cans from the San Ardo oil fields to the north travel by rail past Venecos Oil Pier which serve's the Oil Platforms in the Santa Barbara Channel.
A short UP business special bound for Las Vegas, NV passes through San Bernardino on the Cajon Sub.
UP 2670 leads a small special with the Stanford and Sunset bound for Las Vegas on BNSF's main 3 as it works up Cajon Pass.
BNSF 8053 races east on a cold and frosty morning at Monolith.