SP Costa Mesa local heading down Santa Ana Street in Anaheim on the way to Costa Mesa
Dwarfed by the Chino Hills Range and San Gabriel Mountains behind them, an Eastbound Marlboro switch job follows what is now the main track to East Anaheim and Orange. This was once Southern Paci... (more)
The Anaheim Hauler power rests at the Anaheim Wye in West Anaheim. Although this shot is only three years old, you'd never see power like this today (tri-clops, tunnel motor, and clean 60M). Due t... (more)
A Genset lays over at West Anaheim, once the center of Southern Pacific's Orange County operations.
A Southern Pacific local, with SW1500 2638 for power, crosses Interstate 5 (the Santa Ana Freeway) as it heads east onto Santa Ana Street for a few miles of street running on January 26, 1977.
A Southern Pacific train makes its way eastward along Santa Ana Street in downtown Anaheim in November 1977. In short order, the train will "hang a right" and head south on Olive Street. This st... (more)
Riding Behind Number 900 - Train 800 en route to San Bernardino, California approaches the platform at the Anaheim Canyon Metrolink Station lead by engine number 900.
On a typical sunny Southern California Christmas Day, UP’s local power has the day off and sits behind the yard office. The power includes recently arrived GP15-1 Y559 (originally MP 1559), GG20G... (more)
Five of a kind ACes on the wye... Union Pacific Anaheim Hauler power waits out the weekend on Super Bowl Sunday. This location is now known as West Anaheim Yard, but has also been referred to as M... (more)
Gensets and a remote control sled get fired up for their afternoon duties in Orange County.
A total of 25,800 horsepower lays over at the Anaheim Wye on a late fall afternoon. The Anaheim Hauler typically rates three Ace's on its run down the former Southern Pacific branch.
The UP's Marlboro local passes a neon no left turn signal while street running through Anaheim, CA.
In a view made possible by the new SR-90/Imperial Highway overpass, an Eastbound Metrolink train heads towards the Santa Ana Canyon.
Two roaches and a KCS SD70ACe lead a Westbound stack train across Lakeview Ave. Eventually, this crossing will also undergo a grade separation (with the railroad traversing an overpass) if the cur... (more)
With the Santa Ana mountains looming in the background, a quartet of GEVO's lead a BARWAT through Yorba Linda.