A loaded Herzog ballast train with a CREX leader on BNSF's 3M spur that branches off the busy San Bernardino Sub mainline at Porphyry. This 3 mile long branch was lightly used until recently. Now ... (more)
BNSF's Corona Local runs down the former Elsinore Line a few times a week to serve the 3M facility. The train is entering the plant on its Southward journey down the branch.
A large manifest freight is seen parked along the 3M branch in Corona. This 3 mile long branch is what's left of the former ATSF line to Elsinore.
With loading in progress at the 3M facility, another BNSF rock train will head east after loading along the old ATSF Elsinore Line.
BNSF 6715 is on the point of this side dump rock train on the 3M branch in Corona.
Another load of rocks off the BNSF 3M branch in Corona heads North towards the Mainline connection at Porophry.
BNSF 100 leads a 9 car ballast train back up the 3M branch in Corona.
Due to recent flooding in the desert southwest from heavy rains, BNSF is in need of rock which has added some additional traffic to the 3M branch in Corona. this is the 3rd known unit train to hav... (more)
BNSF 5459 heads up this loaded rock train on BNSF's 3M branch as it awaits a fresh crew to move it east.
Nearing the entrance to the 3M facility, BNSF 100 leads the Corona Local down what's left of the old Santa Fe Elsinore Line.
BNSF's Corona Local eases down the 3M branch in the early morning, seen along Sherborn Street.
A large rock train that was loaded at 3M materials on what's left of the ex Santa Fe Elsinore Branch heads towards the Mainline connection at Porophry.