SP 4449 leads the Amtrak 925 special through the heart of the spectacular Deschutes Canyon with a colorful consist.
SP 4449 brings an excursion train south through the Deschutes River Canyon north of Maupin, OR with a long train of Amtrak and private cars bound for Bend. Using the BNSF Oregon Trunk Sub, the tra... (more)
A BNSF SD40-2 normally assigned to yard duty around Albuquerque, NM got to stretch its legs on the point of the westbound Southwest Chief to LA due a mechanical issue with one of the train's P42s.... (more)
Containers abound as the 1400 UP Dock Job backs towards Badger Bridge as a UP outbound departs Terminal Island on the Alameda Corridor above.
The Trona heads out of town with four EMDs in full throttle leading a heavy train.
Trona Railway's evening Turn to the UP interchange heads out of the other-worldly landscape on it's mainline as they approach Searles.
The Boron Local arrives at the massive Rio Tinto (former US Borax) plant in Boron with a trio of rebuilt GP60M-3s for power. This is a far cry from the hot TOFC trains these units were built for.
EMD 645 prime movers echo through the valley as Trona Railway's interchange train bound for the UP at Searles departs Trona with a heavy train.
Ex-SP and UP SD40 variants shove on the rear of a loaded Trona train as it departs town. The famous Trona Pinnacles in the background above the head end power.
A couple visitors to the beaches of San Clemente gaze up at a late, daylight H-BARSDG1 as the train rolls along the Pacific Ocean on the ex-ATSF "Surf Line".
A PHL Dock Job passes a sea of stored containers as they pass CP-Farragut after spinning their train of containers out of APL.
A Metrolink commuter train passes the beaches of San Clemente bound for the Inland Empire.
The Gardena Rock Train takes the Wilmington Sub into South Central LA with a newer GE leading.
A since-rebuilt GP60M leads the 1st Watson out of the Jungle and towards Alcoa for its set out at Exxon.
The 1700 UP Dock Job begins their shift running around the wye at CP-Marina before picking up their first cut of well cars.