LOB86 enters the Mojave Sub at Bench for the short trip towards Slover.
On Memorial Day 2020, the holiday lull in rail traffic was taken advantage of when a special high/wide load was hauled from San Onofre, in northern San Diego County to Apex, Nevada. Morning passe... (more)
Pieces from one of the dismantled reactors at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station take a ride on the Schnable railcar, shielded by a giant cement cylinder. Here, the move is seen crawling along ... (more)
SF GP30 2745 along with 2919 rest at the SF San Bernardino shops on a cold February night in 1984.
An ex-SP GP40-2 leads the LOB86 off the Rialto Industrial Spur at Bench.
LOB86 heads over the Metrolink San Gabriel Sub at Bench at the end of their short trip of the Mojave Sub before veering off towards Rialto.
A patched Southern Pacific GP40-2 waits at the switch to leave the Rialto Industrial Spur and join the Mojave Sub for a run down to Colton.
A patched Southern Pacific GP40-2 comes around the curve at Bench that was built in the 1960s by the Southern Pacific to join its old Pacific Electric San Bernardino Line with its brand new Palmda... (more)
To honor their employees, Union Pacific chose SD70ACe 8362 to be repainted and wrapped with colorful graphics. The engine was renumbered 1111, representing, according to the railroad, "Union... (more)
Halloween 2016. I was rail fanning with my friend Jack when we saw this west bound engine move come up the hill.
Santa Fe GP-35 3421 sits under light repair diesel shop while GP-30 3233 sits down the track at the diesel service area in the San Bernardino yard.
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe GP30s 3200 (ex-ATSF 1200) and 3213 (ex-ATSF 1213) at San Bernardino, California, on August 29, 1981.
Sitting in the backshop of Santa Fe’s San Bernardino Shops are half of the railroad’s TR4 "cow and calf" sets: TR4A 1418L and TR4B 1418A. Having worked most of their lives in Argentine... (more)