The 'Super' Chief - A tardy westbound Southwest Chief pulls through Santa Fe Springs, with one half of the train only being 11 hours late, while the other half is over 35 hours late. This c... (more)
Straddling the city line between Santa Fe Springs (Santa Fe Springs, which is Spanish meaning "holy faith," was first applied to mineral springs purchased by the Atchison, Topeka & Santa... (more)
The Anaheim Hauler passes the searchlights at Studebaker as they proceed towards Los Nietos and eventually West Colton.
A New York to Los Angeles Intermodal stack train glides through Santa Fe Springs as sunset approaches, finishing the final miles of its cross-country trip.
An eastbound S train crosses the UP diamond at Los Nietos on their way to the midwest with a train of imported containers.
The Valla Switcher heads down the Brea Chemical Lead with a massive train as they approach their destination at Valla Yard.
The "Valla Switcher" crosses BNSF's San Bernardino Sub at Los Nietos with 40 cars bound for Valla Yard. A GP60 and GP38-2 power today's train.
An incredibly short LA to Barstow manifest heads through Santa Fe Springs, passing a dead-on-the-law stack train. Sadly the more interesting locomotives in the consist are the H2 and H1 Dash 9s pl... (more)
Passing the Union Pacific’s Carmenita Yard is UP train M-WCAN1-06, the Anaheim Hauler. This train departed West Colton Yard at 4:35 am and got to Carmenita at 09:57 am as it headed to Anah... (more)
An intermodal train consisting of primarily single-stack containers is somewhat unusual in southern California, as is this train’s symbol: S-BARSCO3-08. Led by ES44DC 7324 and Dash 9-44CW 4173, ... (more)
Amtrak train 3, the westbound Southwest Chief, bisects one of the most dangerous (and soon to be replaced with an overpass) grade crossings in the country, Rosecrans, Marquardt and Stage (w... (more)
A quartet of light engines has departed BNSF Railway’s Commerce Diesel Facility and is heading east to Porphyry, just east of Corona, California. There, these five locomotives (BNSF ES44C4 6552, ... (more)
OC Line train 661 crosses the UP diamond at Los Nietos with an MP36 shoving.
Metrolink 753 prepares to cross the UP Brea Chemical Lead at Los Nietos with an F59 shoving on the rear.
Metrolink 661 shoves towards LA as they cross the diamond at Los Nietos.