UP 6684 leads a westbound train along the Salton See on the Yuma Subdivision (former Sunset Route) between Pope and Bertram.
A little bit of Southern Pacific still exists on this bridge over the Salton Creek as the El Centro Hauler (a former SP job) heads west towards West Colton).
Early morning in southern California's Imperial Valley finds a UP stack train heading east on the Yuma Subdivision near Bertram located along the Salton Sea.
UP 7881 leads an eastbound train along the Yuma subdivision near the Salton Sea as the sun sinks closer to the mountain peaks.
westbound UP intermodal train passing cross placed in memorium to the death of a couple of railroaders involved in an unfortunate rear end collision at this spot back in Nov 2007. In Jan of '08 th... (more)
These empty picnic benches are a sign of the times at the Salton Sea (at left) visitors area. The Salton Sea is California's largest lake and is the result of a flood in 1905. What was once though... (more)
The last light of the day shines on UP 7967 west as it passes Bombay Beach between Bertrum and Mecca on the Sunset Route.
Eastbound autoracks skirt the shore of the Salton Sea as it races acorss the desert towards Yuma in the late evening.
Crossing over the old Southern Pacific bridge on the Sunset Route.