Union Pacific's Huntington Beach Hauler passes through Stanton, California, as it heads from Anaheim to Huntington Beach ... and the engineer leans out to view the idiot with a camera. Per... (more)
New scarlet and gray: Southern Pacific DVROF heads downgrade west of Gilluly, Utah, on the afternoon of September 7, 1995. When SP’s AC4400CWs were new, they were quite eye-catching!
Eastbound SP "hauler" using UP trackage rights Hacienda Heights
Six-year and five-month old Southern Pacific B30-7 7823 soaks up some sun at the railroad's West Colton Yard in Bloomington, California, on September 5th, 1984. Built by General Electric, these 3... (more)
After departing Oaks Park, the SP 4449 passes a small pond with the Holiday Express in consist.
Northbound SSW train on MP trackage rights crossing GMO main Bixby
Enroute to the Train Festival in Michigan, SP 4449 charges out of the Mississippi River Valley from Savanna at the east end of the siding at Burke.
A quartet of new SP B40's plus a couple of GP38's lead SP's "Import Hauler" through Watts enroute to SP's ICTF facility adjacent Dolores yard in Carson.
Southern Pacific's Roseville, CA to East St. Louis, IL (Alton and Southern Railway) mainfest freight pulls east through the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon on Sept. 1, 1996.
Southern Pacific's KCBAT emerges from the Kyune Gooseneck with a quartet of SP speed-lettered SD45T-2s (SP 9400, SP 9392, SP 9331, SP 9328). The 83 car train was a well tuned symphony of sights, s... (more)
SP 6051 is seen approaching Capital Ave near Embassy Suites near Old Sacramento
SP 6051 leads the California State Railroad Museum's Polar Express train past ATSF 2925 and 5021 at Clunie Siding on the return trip to Old Sacramento
SP 6051 trails on the California State Railroad Museum's Polar Express train as it heads for Baths
SP SD9 4326 heads up a power set that includes a couple SW1500s, another SD9 and two GP9s while on the next track an eastbound freight led by a vintage EMD approaches the west end Roseville Yard.
Climbing through the snow at Clay Colorado, is a Union Pacific coal train on February 10, 2001. Powering the westbound empty is a Southern Pacific AC4400CW and two UP SD9043MACs.