Metrolink train 608, en-route to Oceanside, prepares to stop at Fullerton, CA.
Conductors go over paperwork during a stop in Whitefish, MT. It is a cold and foggy night but the Empire Builder stays on-time.
The hills are coming back to life after the recent wildfires ravaged this hillside along with many homes. Today's M LACBAR is led by 12 ES44DC locomotives and is seen passing through the Santa An... (more)
UPY 2715 leads the Costa Mesa local west along Santa Ana St. in Anaheim, CA.
After a winter storm passes through, the mountains are covered with a blanket of snow. UPY 2747 leads Monday's Costa Mesa local southbound on Olive Street.
UP 2482 heads up the RBBX Circus Train down Santa Ana Street enroute to the Arrowhead Pond
Union Pacific's Costa Mesa Local, using trackage rights on Metrolink's Orange Sub, hurries past the Santa Ana Amtrak Depot.
A northbound Amtrak Pacific Surfliner approaches the Anaheim Amtrak depot southbound as a northbound Surfliner departs north. In the distance, the UP Costa Mesa local awaits to enter the SCAX Ora... (more)
The UP Costa Mesa local notches up the power through the Anaheim Amtrak station en-route to Santa Ana and points south. The Parking lot in the background is for Anaheim Stadium home of the Los An... (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.
SP 7104 leads the LOB28 as it shoves up Sixth St. to pick today's loads. Mt. Baldy can be seen in the background after receiving a fresh dusting of snow.
The morning commuter rush is in full effect on BNSF's San Bernardino Sub. The SCAX 863 is shoving west while SCAX 900 pulls east through the Santa Ana Canyon.
The UP's Marlboro local passes a neon no left turn signal while street running through Anaheim, CA.
Recent storms have dropped a good amount of snow in southern California. A BNSF manifest train reaches Cajon summit on a cold December morning.
Union Pacific's Marlboro local turns west onto Santa Ana St on it's way back to the W. Anaheim yard office.