The crew of this Eastbound coal train has apparently stopped along the way to cut down their Christmas trees!
This Public Service loaded coal train is pulling into No. Yard.
Southern Pacific SD40T-2 8503 was the lead engine on the Westbound APLAA when it didn't stop, ran out the West end of the siding and into the side of the Eastbound LADAT.
Apparently the 8503 was ... (more)
On a stormy afternoon, a Southbound loaded coal train with six engines heads down the mainline and past caboose 10088 still painted in the Big Sky blue paint of predecessor railroad Great Northern... (more)
Western Pacific 3003 passes Hobart Tower as it heads South towards Long Beach and the Harbor area.
Union Pacific 6960 heads North past this mural in downtown Greeley.
A pair of GECX Demonstrator engines bring up the rear of a Northbound empty coal train. They are seen passing a cricket mural that happens to match the colors of the engines!
Southern Pacific 8337 heads East down Cajon Pass through snow showers.
Five Rio Grande GP40/GP40-2's head into the Leyden siding with this Eastbound manifest train.
Santa Fe "Super Fleet" FP45 #90 leads SD45-2 B-unit 5511, SD40-2 5177 and B23-7 6406 Eastbound.
Santa Fe 5380 hustles through Summit heading Eastbound. Fresh snow covers the San Gabriel Mountains in the background.
Rio Grande 5332 leads an assortment of SP/Cotton Belt power in a variety of paint/lettering schemes.
An Operation Lifesaver special heads South down Burlington Northern's Front Range Sub. heading towards Denver.
A quartet of SD39's accelerate heading Westbound while negotiating the balloon track at the East end of the W. Colton Yard.
Dropping down the 3% grade through the Mitchell S-curve, the dynamic brakes from Rio Grande 3122, 3075 and 3142 aren't quite enough to hold the train so the Engineer has set a heavy amount of Auto... (more)
Cotton Belt 7647 leads six other engines and a long Westbound Intermodal train heading West towards Yuma.
The California Aqueduct is in the background.