Snaking its way through San Timoteo Canyon, UP 8463 leads an eastbound stack train up towards the top of Beaumont Hill on its trip across the Yuma Subdivision.
A new ES44AH leads a westbound Z-Train down San Timoteo Canyon through Redlands on a warm July evening.
A lone dark horse unit is in charge of a westbound baretable train as it holds the main as DS lets est and eastbound traffic go around this low priority train.
With the sun setting behind the hill side along I-10, two Norfolk Southern units make a rare appearance into LA basin on westbound Marion, AR to Los Angeles, CA intermodal train as it races up Bea... (more)
A dirty UP GEVO leads an eastbound ZLAMQ down Beaumont Hill at Cabazon during a hot afternoon in mid July.
A lone ACe leads a westbound autorack train as it hauls through Rogoza along the Salton Sea on a 105 degree evening.
The lone DPU helps shove a 6829 foot long stack train up through the forest of giant wind mills at Palm Springs.
An AC4400 leader pulls a 81 car intermodal train up through Cabazon on the east of Beaumont Hill on a warm summer afternoon.
A pair of Southern Bell SD70ACes are the only power power on an eastbound harbor stack as they slowly climb the hill at 20MPH on a hot summer evening on Beaumont Hill.
A SD70ACe and a CSX General Electric motor struggle over Beaumont Hill as it is greeted by the morning sun as it heads for Chicago.
A heavy West Colton, California to Forth Worth, Texas manifest begins its journey west through Redlands as the UP 5626 battles the grade of Beaumont Hill.
One of the first orders of C4s is on the point of a Los Angeles Harbor (Pier 400) to Clovis, NM stack train as it battles the grade exiting east Seligmam.
A westbound Silver Z races across the Colorado River as it heads for Needles, CA where a new crew will take the final leg of this trains journey to San Bernardino, CA.
BNSF's Gold Bar unit, BNSF 7695, leads an eastbound intermodal train across the Needles Subdivision as it knocks down the eastbound signals of Siberia.
Every once in awhile, you'll have some good luck... Numerous times on this trip to NAU's orientation, my father and I stopped to photograph trains. Waiting up to two hours to catch one trai... (more)