U.P. 7768 pulls a train full of auto racks along the Sunset route. I live in the Canyon and I have noticed that the auto rack movement has increased but not all the cars are loaded.
This is what's left of the Santa Ana River Crossing that went into the old Norton AFB now San Bernardino International Airport. Located in Loma Linda, Ca at the northern end of Mt. View Ave.
After almost a 4 hour wait, 1983 decides to show herself. Here she is paired with another SD70ACe strutting her stuff in Palm Springs.
A Crow on the nearest power pole watches an eastbound train pass on by.
5475 is bringing up the rear in the all red double stacked.
Winding around the hills on its way south towards San Bernardino.
Rounding the turn towards Summit in the Cajon Pass.
BNSF 7787 leads an 8 engine consist up Cajon Pass at Silverwood CP. Notice that almost every other engine is the old Santa Fe war bonnet paint scheme.
A northbound Intermodal snakes its way up Cajon Pass through Silverwood CP through Summit.
1983 in DPU pushing an intermodal through San Timoteo Canyon.
Blowing heat and kicking up dust. 4082 pulling hard leading a 4 loco manifest. The 3rd engine is a CSX unit. First one I have seen in San Timoteo Canyon and none since.
1983 in DPU passes El Casco in Calimesa on her way to Yuma as one of Riverside County Finest drives by. One only wonders what was on the Peace Officer's mind as he drove by all the railfans.
2 remote controlled SD 40-2 doing yard duty in the Colton yard.
This is the only 38-2 the Union Pacific has with an operating weight of 391,000 LBS.
Here is the history:"Built as McCloud Railway (MR) 39; purchased by UP in June 1997 from owner, Mid America ... (more)
U.P. 5478 rounding a small bend on San Timoteo Canyon Road near El Casco.