Considering their normal assignment on the I5 corridor in California, the SD70 leading this train is as out-of-place on Tennessee Pass as the trailing WC unit.
Amtrak train #5, the westbound California Zephyr, is reflected as it speeds through Bahia on the Cal-P line.
An eastbound TOFC at Middle River on a Summer morning.
BNSF 4728 East climbing through Kingman Canyon between thunderstorms.
The sole operable Centennial leads a passenger special across the historic Keddie trestle.
SD45 number 5345 leads an all-merger consist east at Gateley. The Santa Fe's ambitious repainting program resulted in very colorful lashups, until the ICC vetoed the SP merger.
A pair of leased SD60s lead the Alton-Roper merchandise train downgrade past Red Cliff.
The Tidewater Southern local works its way through Modesto, stopping for red traffic lights.
Not long before their retirement, Amtrak finally found an flattering paint scheme for their F40s. This attractive unit is pictured skirting San Pablo Bay in Hercules.
The UP E-units with a Portland-Bend passenger special at Madras.
The 3985 and the E-units leaving Quartz after a meet with two freights.
Exiting Tunnel 25, the 6936 and its train approach Rich Bar in the Feather River Canyon.
It's plain that the crew of the 7420 had a little too much time on their hands.
Fall colors brighten the scene as the DRG 3132 East approaches Minturn along the Eagle River.
A typically diverse lash-up of smaller locomotives power the Warm Springs-Roseville Manifest through Bahia on a late Winter afternoon.