The very first Metrolink test train nears the top of the Box Springs grade near Moreno Valley on the new Perris Valley Line.
Despite the fact that the Santa Fe was the first of the "Super Seven" to go, its relatively common to find power still painted for the railroad all over Southern California, albeit relegated to lo... (more)
An ex-BN GP50 and BNSF GE power a baretable movement through Box Springs in Moreno Valley on the ex-ATSF San Jacinto Branch on a warm summer morning in southern California's Inland Empire.
BNSF 139 powers up as it pulls its train of empty baretables over the top of the Box Springs grade on the former ATSF San Jacinto branch.
Photographed during an excursion from the Orange Empire Railway Museum to March Field Air Museum.