Southwest Portland Cement Company EMD SDP35 No. 411 is running long hood first with a train from Victorville, California, operating back to the cement plant as it approaches Stoddard Wells Road on... (more)
Navigating the S-curves at Frost, ironically located in the Mojave Desert, is BNSF Guaranteed Service Intermodal train Q-ALTSBD6-19, ferrying hundreds of shipping containers from Alliance, Texas, ... (more)
Union Pacific SD60M 6186, teamed with a Southern Pacific B36-8E (SP 8003), an SP SD40T-2 and a UP SD60M, rolls its eastbound intermodal train through the Amtrak station as it exits the Mojave Narr... (more)
A late Amtrak 3 hustles west along the Cajon Sub on 1/24/22.
A loaded westbound BNSF coal train tackles the grade west of Victorville. The train will be broken apart at Hesperia and head east on the Lucerne Valley Sub.
The Cajon Local prepares to depart Victorville as an eastbound manifest passes with a set of tagged GEVOs.
Winding its way across the through truss bridge in the middle of an S-curve on BNSF's Cajon Sub on October 13, 2019, is Union Pacific AC4400CW 6876 (desperately in need of a new paint job) as the ... (more)
After meeting its counterpart south of town, Q-LACHOU1 heads through the High Desert above Victorville.
The Mojave Northern's midday rock train returns west with an ex-UP SD60 leader.
The engineer on Union Pacific 2904 has gotten a green signal and begins to head east out of Victorville towards Barstow.
NS 4427 west leads a QNYCLAC at Thorn as it works upgrade towards Cajon Summit.
Baretables are in the midst of a westbound parade heading up Cajon Pass.
A westbound Harbor stack heads over the flyover at Frost at sunrise.
California has a number of "must see" railroad locations: The original Transcontinental railroad over the solid granite of Donner Pass, The Union Pacific’s Coast Line and Amtrak’s S... (more)
BNSF train Z-AUGSBD7-18 (Priority UPS-LTL Intermodal, Austell GA to San Bernardino CA) traverses an S-curve as it utilizes the “natural crossover” that the Santa Fe built at Frost, a mile sout... (more)