Union Pacific's ZLCAI passes the true birthplace of Los Angeles, the San Gabriel Mission. This mission had a small outpost by a nearby river very near what is today Los Angeles Union Station. This... (more)
A westbound stack train charges up the Arizona Divide as it goes over one of the many sags along the Seligman Subdivision.
A Skyline Mine, UT to Rillito, AZ coal drag screams uphill in the San Timoteo Canyon. This train is bound for a cement plant that uses coal to generate its own power in-house.
UP 8150, 3978, 7499, & 7396 lead the westbound salad shooter.
BNSF 5631, KCS 4059, & NS 1009 make a colorful lash up on this westbound empty coal train.
Santa Fe Barstow, CA, to Denver, CO, manifest approaching Littleton, CO
An almost clean UP 7365 heads towards Mojave with a manifest at Cable.
A nice treat for this location as three UP's lead tankers south on the CSX River Line elephant style onto Iona Island.
Crossing the Colorado River and passing through colorful Red Canyon between Dell and Range, Colorado, on the Dotsero Cutoff is Union Pacific’s MNYRO freight on August, 3, 2014.
After an intense but small storm, three UP AC44's plus a DPU shove hard on a westbound loaded train on the UP Main in Sussex.
After a long day of work, the crew of a westbound "K" stack train slowly rolls into the BNSF terminal in Needles where a new crew would take the train to Barstow.
A UP manifest exits the Dorris Tunnel headed southbound with UP 5369 on the point.
On there first run west after being built/delivered in Alliance, TX. This westbound BNSF stack train with 8122-23-24 looks great as it works up the east side of Cajon Pass.
Dropping down Cajon Pass at Pine Lodge, BNSF 8122 leads 2 other brand new GE's on their first run as they pass the iconic Mormon Rocks.