Late afternoon along the old Santa Fe Redlands branch finds 2 units heading light to the current end of track to make a pickup.
UP SD40-2 snoot with a little help from two DD35B double engines pulling a heavy freight up the 2.2% grade near Mormon Rocks.
On this day, the smog from San Bernardino and LA came up to the Cajon... (more)
A BNSF eastbound heads through the S-curve at Sullivan's Curve in Cajon pass.
Cab interior of locomotive on display for 125th Anniversary of the Cajon Pass
ATSF 3751 shoves away from the old Santa Fe depot in San Bernardino as it makes its way to the wye to turn around for the afternoon return trip to L. A. Union station.
AT&SF 3751 at speed running steam special from Los Angeles to San Bernardino to celebrate San Bernardino Railroad Days.
Taking a trip back in time! With a group of cow boys at the depot for the celebration of railroad days out in San Bernardino, they pose for a photo in front of the famous 4-8-4 stream engine, 3751... (more)
ATSF sits outside the depot at San Bernardino where it was on display for the San Bernardino Railroad Days event. It will head back to Los Angeles at the conclusion of the event on Sunday afterno... (more)
Former Santa Fe steam locomotive #3751 rests in San Bernardino just minutes after completing its excursion from Los Angeles.
Contrasting aerodynamics of two Metrolink locomotives taking a weekend breather at the San Bernardino station.
A nice string of power.
This is the only one of this model I remember seeing in Kodachrome.
This was once the Pacific Electric bridge across the Santa Ana River, carrying Big Red Cars from San Bernardino to Redlands, as well as juice jacks dragging strings of orange filled box cars. Toda... (more)
They're not E-Units, but they still look pretty good on the point. Amtrak train #3, the westbound Southwest Chief, seen in San Bernardino (Rana, on the BNSF), California, about five... (more)
A pair of Metrolink trains await assignments in San Bernardino. Both are powered by EMD diesels - streamlined F59PHI 876 and boxier F59PH 853.