With only 2600 feet in tow, a pair of NS units travel west along the Salton Sea at -200 feet below sea level as the light the DPU on an eastbound train can be seen in the background.
A lone ACe leads a westbound autorack train as it hauls through Rogoza along the Salton Sea on a 105 degree evening.
The DPU of a westbound stack train shoves through the Salton Sea as it passes my truck and my father.
A westbound stack train charges west across the Salton Sea as it follows highway 111 at Rogoza.
After making a running meet with an eastbound, UP 8834 West powers up leaving Rogoza siding with the ZG4CI in tow.
2 CSX units are on the point of westbound train ZATLC holding in the siding at Rogoza on UP's Sunset Route.
A Marion, AR to Long Beach (ICTF), CA stack train follows the coast of the Salton Sea more than -150 feet below sea level.
The El Centro, CA to West Colton, CA manifest rolls west along highway 111 at Rogoza.
Catching a standard cab unit leading a main line train into Southern California sure isn't as easy as it once was. It had been years until today as CSX 8721 leads a IAVLBB stack train west along t... (more)
UP 7691 brings an Englewood, TX - West Colton, CA manifest to a slow in preparation for entering the siding at Rogoza to meet a fleet of eastbounds.
MWCDA's DPU shoves eastward on the Yuma Sub.