With the trailing DPU bringing up the rear, this stack train originated in the Chicago, Illinois area and will terminate in Long Beach, Calfornia.
At over 400 axles in length, this is a westbound coal train, bound for Long Beach, Ca
This is the head end of a westbound stack train, heading for the Port of Long Beach, California. See pic http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=258664 for the rear DPU's
Due to a passing cold front off of the coast of California, the cloudy conditions add a bit of drama to this image. This is a westbound stack train, heading for the Port of Long Beach, California.
This is a westbound stacker, heading for the port of Long Beach, California.
Passing over the old Los Angeles Highway, is this fast moving 65mph+ westbound intermodal, bound for California.
Early morning on the former LA&SL...sees this almost 400 axle coal train approaching Jean, NV
Early morning on the former LA&SL...sees this eastbound manifest streaking across the Mojave Desert. It originated out of West Colton California. It will terminate in North Platte Nebraska.
This westbound manifest with DPU's smoking on the rear...is heading for West Colton, California.
A heavy rain has just fallen leaving a cloudy sky in its trail as this UP manifest train rolls through Nevada.
This westbound train of autoracks is heading to California
This westbound manifest is heading to West Colton, Ca....with a single DPU bringing up the rear.
This westbound intermodal is less then 200 axles in length, powered by 2 SD70M's. It was captured crossing over the old Los Angeles Highway. Canon 40D Sigma DC 17-70MM
This westbound stack train is rounding the curve north of Jean, NV
This westbound coal train is crossing over the old Los Angeles Highway.