The Marlboro takes the corner at Santa Ana and Olive (going from street running to street running). Soon it will regain private ROW and then cross the Metrolink Orange Sub to begin its drops and p... (more)
Extremely unusual power for Southern California, let alone a "Spud Spud" (BNSF switcher symbol for an extra baretable from San Bernardino and back), this pair of ACes heads through Fulle... (more)
A late Amtrak Surfline heads south towards San Diego passing the old mill building that has been converted into a hotel in Old Town Irvine.
A westbound Z races by the TXI Cement structure in Oro Grande on its way into Los Angeles.
Eastbound stacks head through the curves in Oro Grande as the light begins to dip.
An auto train with a rare (for SoCal) set of SD70ACes heads toward the Hinckley crossing in Hodge, CA.
A Z train passes the venerable Harvey House and ATSF station in downtown Barstow CA.
A fairly new GEVO pulls a Z-train through Daggett as it begins its run through the desolate countryside of the eastern end of Southern California.
A train bound to Long Beach waits at the junction between the UP and BNSF for permission to enter BNSF rail.
A former Marine 44t and a former Santa Fe FP45 are seen here in this view of the Western American Railroad Museum.
Moments after the dawn sun hit the tracks a BNSF westbound stacker passes through the cross-over at Frost.
A pair of Delaware and Hudson U-Boats (a U33C and a U30C) come light out of Allentown Yard after having dropped their train in the yard.
A pair of former Lehigh Valley "Pups" brings three Conrail cabooses up towards R Tower on a cold February afternoon. These locomotives probably were assigned her during the Lehigh Valley... (more)
A Conrail GP30 in fresh blue can-opener y paint shares the roundhouse whiskers with a Penn Central box car and a rebuilt Conrail pup (also with a can opener).
A Lack-Lack returns light from having shuttled something (probably baretables) out onto some siding somewhere between Corona and LA. The matched pair of faux warbonnets was a nice surprise.