Looking into the Future In a few years, hopefully, this will be a reality! UP 4014, a 4-8-8-4 steam locomotives rest at the Pomona RailGiants Train Museum, where some said it would be its f... (more)
UP 5397 leads a loaded fruit train towards Williams Loop on an early June morning.
The empty fruit train glides down the Feather River as it crosses over one of the famous trestles in the canyon, Rock Creek.
GE motors roar with life as an empty coal train, bound for Savage Mine, UT, charge through Pulga with a bloody nose SP unit on the point.
A Roper, UT to Roseville, CA manifest gets rerouted through the Feather River Canyon on June morning. This train normally goes over Donner Pass, but with Donner closed for a week for track work, e... (more)
The Mojave Flyer charges up Cajon Pass with a pair of SD60Ms on the point.
The westbound New York, NY to Los Angeles, CA stack trains passes an eastbound Z STOWSP8 at Siberia.
A hot Z9 led by a clean C4 charges hard for Needles across the hot Mojave Desert.
A westbound loaded grain train races through Amboy on a hot April afternoon.
A new ES44C4 leads a Memphis, TN to Los Angeles, CA stack train across the eastern Mojave Desert at Goff.
A classic Amtrak Surfliner train heads south to San Diego as it travels along the surf line at San Clemente.
A clean ES44C4 leads a Memphis, TN to Richmond, CA stack train down Tehachapi as it passes North Bealville with a M MODBAR1 waiting in the hole for another northbound to go by.
A patched SP leader leads a Savage Mine, UT empty coal train up the Feather River as it's about to cross over the river at Tobin.
The eastbound Provo, UT BNSF manifest makes its way to Portola for a new crew with a warbonnet leader slows down to take the siding at Spring Garden.
The trackage right BNSF manifest bound for Provo, UT slowly crosses over the trestle at Keddie as the BNSF Gateway Subdivision can be seen in the background.