UP 6670 sporting a fresh coat of paint from NLR leads a Salt Lake City to West Colton manifest down the Palmdale Cutoff south of Canyon on the Mojave Sub.
With heavy traffic ahead, new SD70AH-T4 UP 3012 leads the MSCWC past the large Cemex plant at East Victorville located along BNSF's Cajon Subdivision near the old station site of Leon.
Westbound manifest moving slowly through the "S" curve at Jean
Westbound manifest grinding its way up grade
This westbound manifest, originated in Salt Lake City, UT...and will end its journey in West Colton, California. Here it is seen manuvering through the "S" curve at Jean, Nevada.
This is a westbound manifest heading for West Colton, California. A recent dusting of snow adds to what is normally a rather drab looking part of the Mojave National Preserve.
This is a westbound manifest, heading for Southern California. Just a few miles behind that pile of rock, lies the fabulous Las Vegas strip.
Very early morning along the Cima subdivision of the former San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake, sees this westbound manifest on its way to West Colton, California
A Salt Lake City, UT to West Colton, CA manifest, with four units on the point and one DPU on the rear, slowly rolls past the Mormon Rocks as its decends Cajon Pass.
This westbound manifest was also designated a "Key" train by the UP, since it was carrying several cars of hazardous materials.
This is westbound manifest, heading for West Colton, California
This westbound manifest is passing over the old Los Angeles Highway, on its way to West Colton California
With two DPU's at the end of this manifest, it is headed for Southern California.
This westbound manifest with 2 DPU's at the end of its train, is winding its way through this canyon, on its way to California.
This inbound manifest with two DPU's at the end of the train, is just about finished with this leg of its journey to Southern California