The MEMLAC nears the end of their trip as they pass the searchlights at May.
The Corona Local returns to San Bernardino as they approach the searchlights at May.
Super Bowl Bound
Two-thirds of the entire fleet of Heritage II diesels on the BNSF (at that time) lead a Super Bowl special (O-SBDSDG1-23) to San Diego, at the west end of... (more)
Passing under the pedestrian overpass at Metrolink’s West Corona station is BNSF Railway train Z-NYCLAC9-14, a Priority UPS-LTL Intermodal train heading from New York NY to Los Angeles CA. BNSF... (more)
This is the longest Amtrak passenger train I’ve seen in years! Four P42DC locomotives (172, 189, 10 and 163) are pulling sixteenth cars (sleepers 32059 and 32025, diner 38031, lo... (more)
Heat waves rise off the five locomotives leading BNSF Railway Z-LACLPK9-28 as it passes under California Highway 91 at Prado Dam on its way from Los Angeles to Kansas City KS. This intermodal tra... (more)
The Corona Local departs Porphyry Yard enroute to Highgrove as they pass one of the remaining searchlights on the line.
An 11,142-foot intermodal train, running just 37 hours 13 minutes late, passes through the station of Prado Dam, named for the adjacent Prado Dam (visible above the freeway signs on the lef... (more)
Adjacent to the Santa Ana River’s Prado Dam is the "station" named Prado Dam. At one time it was in rural Riverside County, at the eastern end of Santa Ana Canyon, in which the Santa ... (more)
A ballast train has just about cleared up on the 3M as they shove the train onto the Porphyry Siding for a road crew to take it east.
U-SBDSBD passes 1720 Oil as they clear up on the 3M Spur.
A freshly loaded ballast train splits some tank cars as they shove towards the Porphyry Siding.
A ballast train nears the end of the 3M Spur as they head to Porphyry Yard to tie down.
Ballast loads shove off the 3M Spur with a clean Tier 4 GEVO bringing up the rear.
An Extra Corona Local prepares to return to San Bernardino with a Santa Fe GP60 leader.