Welcome to the Jungle! Go back in time 15 plus years ago, this would be a common sight with ATSF stack trains and manifest would pass through all day and all night. Now, with the Alameda Co... (more)
UP 8655 leads this Portland, OR to Yermo, CA military train around the horseshoe curve of Caliente. Thank you to ALL of our troops that have served this great country!
A northbound Amtrak Surfliner train highballs Fullerton as it heads to LA after a brief rain shower in the O.C area.
The northbound Lathrop Z train glides down Tehachapi Pass as the sun starts to sink behind the hill tops at North Marcel.
As the morning sun start to peak over the hills of Tehachapi, a GE Dash 9-44CW leads a southbound ethanol train through Monolith knocking down the green signal as it heads to Barstow.
Something that you don't see everyday on the Needles sub, an ES44AC leading. BNSF usually has their ES44AC's on coal train and grain trains in the mid west and northwest but sometimes they make th... (more)
A San Bernardino bound Z train makes its last leg of its trip west down pass Mormon Rocks after a a quick snow shower happened.
The Apache Railway's Blue Looper climbs out of Holbrook as it goes by Mile Post 5 on its way to Snowflake to drop off its load.
Rocket Power! On the way back home from a Dodger game, I noticed a rocket on the top of the Sea Lunch Commander. I drove over to check it out and I notice that a pair of BNSF units sit at t... (more)
A hot Willow Springs bound Z train charges across the eastern Mojave Desert as the BNSF 4184 charges down the tracks at 70MPH.
Amtrak Phase II heritage unit leads an Amtrak Surfliner train into Fullerton as people that came to visit Fullerton Railroad Days watch this special unit come in to their surprise.
The Red Eye Ride With the average time of travel from LA to Barstow on the BNSF tracks is about five to six hours long; this crew has a long night ahead of them. They have been on duty sin... (more)
As a westbound Z train pass on main 2 below, three BNSF units pull a heavy eastbound manifest through Kingman Canyon on a cold and windy January day in the Arizona Desert.
A LA bound Z train rounds the curve at Hackberry as the sound of a K5HL horn breaks the silence in the Arizona Desert.
This is what a typical day in the town of Ludlow looks like. With high clouds covering the blue sky for miles and miles and the signature desert mountain in the background. But what makes the shot... (more)