ISCLB heads through the narrows just north of Victorville.
An extra UP KG3LB heads into Victorville.
An ex-ATSF GP60 with a unique rebuilt cab leads the 741 local up Monaco Hill.
MSCWC heads over the Summit of Cajon Pass with a brand new GE leading on the tail end of their journey from Salt Lake City.
Danby to Hobart spine empties begin their climb up Cajon Pass in the late evening.
A Texas to the Ports of LA and Long Beach stack train rounds the curve out of Oro Grande with the massive CalPortland Cement plant in the background.
A Pisgah to Hobart baretable train brings empty spine cars upgrade into Victorville.
H-BARSDG1-06A arrives in San Diego with a diverse engine consist and train for various customers in the region. Petco Park can be seen on the right. To the left is the San Diego Convention Center,... (more)
A southbound manifest heads through wigwam on a hot late summer afternoon.
At Crews, a colorful southbound BNSF manifest exits the CTC-controlled BNSF Pikes Peak Sub and enters the TWC UP Colorado Springs Sub.
An NS SD60 variant smokes it as the third unit as a southbound manifest heads out of Larkspur.
A loaded sand train heads over the Santa Fe trestle and through the forests at Larkspur.
A loaded BNSF coal train slowly heads down the Joint Line and through Castle Rock, leading a large parade of southbound traffic.
An extra Long Beach to Calumet, IL stack train makes a New Year's Day appearance, crossing over the Los Angeles River as they exit the Alameda Corridor.
A yard job uses the San Bernardino Sub for headroom at Commerce as they switch out stacks for an outbound road train.