With its excursions over Cajon Pass, benefitting the Rail Giants Train Museum, and display days in West Colton complete, UP 4014 and it's train of business cars highballs Southern California and b... (more)
Slowly moving out of the yard,a West Colton, CA to Englewood, TX manifest train begins its trip across the Yuma Subdivision on Oct. 15, 2019.
13 locomotives, led by UP 7885, roll westbound into the West Colton yard after coming over Banning Pass. No train, just a long string of 13 engines.
SP 7342, with the experimental "Daylight" paint scheme, sits in the diesel service area in the West Colton yard.
The crew of SP 9151 chat before boarding the power and backing it down to their train at the east end of the West Colton yard.
The engineer on the SP 8512 has his train slowly pulling out of West Colton yard as other crew members get ready to board the train.
Cotton Belt 8980 leads an eastbound intermodal out of West Colton yard, while a westbound heads into the yard.
SP 6771 is about to duck under the Pepper Street overpass as it leads a westbound manifest train into the West Colton yard.
SP 6771, with Cotton Belt 7655 and 7642, leads a westbound manifest train into the West Colton yard on a typical Southern California smoggy day.
A set of trim power at UP's West Colton departure yard performs some switch moves near Pepper Ave.
UP 2662 leads an SD70ACe as the power of an inbound stack train to the ports as it rolls through West Colton.
The crew on the SP 6321 prepare to head out of the diesel service area and into the West Colton yard for more switching duties. Photo taken with permission.
The engineer on Cotton Belt 7654 backs his power towards his train as seen from the Pepper Street overpass.
UP 1943 soaks in the sun, which was short lived today as a quick break between a series of storm systems offered up this sunlit shot.
A lucky break in the clouds between storms here in Southern California, offered up this shot of UP 4141 at West Colton.