Five of Uncle Pete's finest haul Oil Cans bound for Dolores through Leesdale at dusk.
The crew of the Coast Oil Cans slowly eases their train under the North Broadway St Bridge and along the Los Angeles River towards for the last hundred or so yards of their run. At Main St. crossi... (more)
Dolores bound oil cans head south in the daylight. This train set has an extra SD59MX that is being pulled from the slo helper pool.
Oil cans roll southbound along the Santa Barbara Subdivision between Gaviota and Refugio.
"The Snake" making it's way down Cuesta Pass with the head end approaching Stenner Creek Trestle, while the helpers are still seen above in the horseshoe curve.
Sitting at the famous San Ardo oil fields new power UP 8597 & 8598 await their turn to hook up to the famous California Coast Oilcans for their trip to Los Angeles.
The southbound UP 'Oil Cans' tank car train, loaded just north of Paso Robles, heads through the Burbank Airport platform on its way to Dolores, near Los Angeles.