In southern California (Barstow to Los Angeles), the BNSF Railway can get pretty boring - it is a constant parade of fairly new GE diesels (Dash 9-44CWs, ES44DCs and ES44C4s), all wearing the road's orange and green or orange and black schemes. But local and yard power can get interesting, although often hard to photograph. 100-class GP60Ms in the Santa Fe's "Superfleet" scheme can be found on locals (chiefly out of La Mirada and Fontana), and deep in the road's San Bernardino Yard, far from prying railfan eyes, there are a pair of yellow and gray PR30Cs (which will eventually get repainted into orange and black). On December 16th, 2013, BNSF GP25 3119, still wearing BN Cascade green, could also be found. (GP25s are GP50s derated to just 2500 horsepower.) Photo taken on railroad property with permission and required personal protection equipment.