A Logistic Park Chicago, IL to Long Beach Pier T, CA struggles up the hill towards Goff as it rolls through Arrowhead Jct.
A heavy eastbound stack train charges west down the backside of Goff Hill down to Needles as it passes Klinefelter.
Two GE locomotives charge west on a new Logistic Park Kansas City Z train, which was the old Z KCKLAC, across the Mojave desert as they pass through Essex at last light.
A Q HOULAC1, Guaranteed Service Intermodal from Houston, TX to Los Angeles, CA, descends down Cajon Pass into the LA Basin with a CREX leader.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief charges up main three on the BNSF Cajon Subdivision, which is steepest of the three main tracks, as it rolls into the night to Barstow and all points east.
A Long Beach, CA to Clovis, NM stack train roars loudly on a cold February morning as the four General Electric motors battle the grade of Cajon Pass.
UP 4884 pulls the special move of UP 4014 to West Colton as they pass through the City of Industry.
Rolling east, UP 4014 crosses the flyover in Ontario with UP 1996 helping in the rear on a sunny, Southern California afternoon.
The First Steps of Many.. UP 1996, the Southern Pacific Heritage unit, slowly rolls back out of the Fairplex in Pomona with UP 4014, The Big Boy. They is the first movement of the engine as... (more)
UP 1009 and HLCX 1089 sit on the yard in Yuma, AZ as they wait for their next job.
A westbound stack train bound for the Port of Long Beach charges west as the lone DPU helps shove the train over the ex-SP bridge at Betram, Ca along the Salton Sea.
You're in the Wrong Neighborhood, Pal But do come back again...A trio of NS units, one an ex- Conrail, are on the UP KAILC. With only a few minutes left of sun light, they finally made it ... (more)
An SD70ACe leads a westbound IDULB stack around the Betram area of the Salton Sea on a pleasant winter evening.
As the sunsets over the Yuma Subdivision at Winterhaven, the UP 7392, and it's KLBDU 18, charges east to Yuma for a new crew.
UP 7527 West leads a Long Beach bound stack train across the Yuma Subdivision as my father sits inside my 1976 Chevy C20 Silverado.