UP's Anaheim Hauler prepares to start working at Anaheim with 4 SD70 variants for power.
Amtrak 580 hustles south into Anaheim with a San Diego bound Surfliner.
Power for the LOA32 local out of Anaheim has seen better days as they lay over for the weekend. UP 1083 is an ex-SSW GP60, while ex-SP GP40P-2 1375 is coupled behind them.
Union Pacific's local from East Los Angeles to Anaheim shoves a box car onto an industrial spur as it nears the end of the line on the Anaheim Branch. UP GP20 476, built as UP 706 in July 1960, i... (more)
At Union Pacific's West Anaheim Yard, the power from the Anaheim Hauler lays over after bringing their train here from West Colton Yard. These cars will then be taken to various industries... (more)
Union Pacific Railroad's latest locomotive paint scheme has, in my opinion (and I know you all care about my opinion!), one major flaw: The railroad has decided to eliminate the elegant &q... (more)
Wearing the Union Pacific Railroad's latest locomotive paint scheme (with a smaller American flag, relocated to the side of the nose, a large roadname where the flag used to be, no more lightning ... (more)
Built by the American Locomotive Company in June 1955 as Southern Pacific 1050, this T-6 locomotive was renumbered 1217 in 1965. With 82 on the roster, SP owned more ALCO S-6 locomotives than any... (more)
Union Pacific GP40P-2 1375, the former Southern Pacific 7602, originally SP 3199) is one of just three GP40P-2s built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division – all for the SP. Purchased as pa... (more)
Flatback Through The Other Side Of Anaheim. Union Pacific Railroad 1375 (GP40P-2, née-Southern Pacific 3199, EMD, 11/1974) was the sole power for train LOA32 (Anaheim turn) on March 31, 20... (more)
Union Pacific Railroad Y2724 is a 3GS21B low emission locomotive, built by National Railway Equipment Co. in May 2007. (Anaheim, California - July 26, 2010)
At one time, the Southern Pacific operated a line further east on Anaheim's Santa Ana Branch, operating down the center of Santa Ana Street, than it did not long before the Union Pacific acquired ... (more)
Sitting on the wye in Union Pacific’s West Anaheim Yard are the two locomotives that arrived from West Colton Yard with a "Hauler," which delivered cars to be distributed by locals ser... (more)
Still putting in the hours and rolling the miles forty-two years after it was built is Missouri Pacific GP38-2 2209. General Motors Electro-Motive Division built these locomotives t... (more)