After completing their work at the Miller Brewery over in Irwindale, the Pasadena local heads east through San Dimas with some beautiful, evening light to bright up the once proud warbonnet paint ... (more)
The Pasadena Local passes by the Metro Rail station in Irwindale as it nears the end of the line Miller Plant.
The Pasadena Local leans into a super-elevated curve on the one-time main passenger route of the Santa Fe, now reduced to a single local weekday round trip. Report is that when LA Metro Rail exten... (more)
The Pasadena Local passes the LA Metro Gold Line station at Irwindale with a quartet of Santa Fe GP60 variants bound for Miller Brewery, just beyond this station. The snow capped San Gabriel Mount... (more)
In one of those "what year is this?" moments, no less than 7 Santa Fe units are visible in this scene with no orange in sight as the Pasadena Local puts together their train at Kaiser Ya... (more)
Back-to-back ex-Santa Fe warbonnets make up the power for today's 3rd La Mirada local. Traveling east along side Kimberley street in Fullerton, CA.
Back-to-back ex-Santa Fe warbonnets make up the power for today's 3rd La Mirada local. Traveling east along side Kimberley street in Fullerton, CA, the local is complete with ex-Santa Fe wide-vis... (more)
Lately, BNSF's Pasadena Local (out of Kaiser yard in Fontana) has been running with two Warbonnet GP60M's and has been coming west in the mid-afternoon - which makes for a winning combination of l... (more)
Westbound Auto-Max train is coasting downhill as they pass thru Hart and pass some of few sets of curved overhead signals still left on the Marceline Sub.
In ultra low light, a warbonnet GP60M leads a whole mess of four axle power on a westbound stack train bound for Seattle. Thank you Mr. Metra for teaching me the ways of low light photography.
The engineer of 338 gives a friendly wave as he rolls past the last remaining wigwag on the Iowa Division.
A sweet lashup leads train 338 as it throttles up on the section of joint BNSF trackage.
A Warbonnet GP60M emerges from the East Dubuque tunnel on a beautiful winter morning.
After getting the entire train onto the BNSF-IC (CN) joint mainline, the engineer notched the GP60M and SD45 back. Here, they roar by a crossing east of town at 45mph.
CN train 338 with a surprise visitor on the point at Lena, IL