This westbound passenger special is returning to Los Angeles, CA.
This MOW employee is employing "thermite" welding. The temperature is around 5000 degrees Fahrenheit.
Eastbound manifest passing the Reid-Garnder power plant...about 60 miles north of Sin City.
Picking up orders from one of the tower operators, as this train heads for the port of San Pedro.
Priority intermodal hotshot for the Santa Fe. This train was getting ready to assault Cajon Pass. Here its seen passing the local railfan establishment.
Putting on a show, SP 4449 climbs the grade out of the Antelope Valley on its way to LAUPT
Taken when railfanning the Vegas depot was allowed. This is a westbound stacker, awaiting clearance to head to Southern California.
UP's new GE Eco-friendly locomotive leads this container train into Sin City.
Shortly after the UP/WP merger several sets of former WP locomotives made the trip south...this set is working the "Pedro" Local.
This is a very long train at almost 12,000 ft in length...during its journey west from Chicago, UP/MP 1982 developed engine problems. UP 5590 was added at Cheyenne, Wy.
This former SW9, now affectionately called a "Hammerhead" by railfans and UP crews alike, is putting out some unwanted steam through its exhaust stacks.
Decked out for the Holidays, former UP 844 sits in front of the Boulder City Depot. Unfortunately it seems sitting out in the direct sun of the Nevada summers for the past couple of years, has cau... (more)
This westbound coal train is crossing over the old Los Angeles Highway.
This SP work train is heading towards the town of Tehachapi for more work.
Here are the only 3 units of this GE model the Santa Fe ever owned/leased together at one time on this inbound TOFC. They were to be retired/scrapped only 11 years later.