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Date: 02/10/19 21:39
Sunday morning trio of trains
Author: oyw

Even though todays weather in Southern California was pretty rough, cabin fever got the best of me so I hit the road in search of sunshine. I ended up in the Hesperia area this morning, lots of trains although nothing unusual. Here are three pics from when the sun was out, all taken along Santa Fe Ave east of the airport between 8-8:30AM.

1) First up was westbound BNSF 6645 with NS SD70M 2645 second out, on what looks to be a nice day. Not so when looking the other way.

2) Just as the 6645 cleared, this is how the skies looked behind me. I was on the edge of the rain clouds, the wind was raging and the temps were in the low 40's when UP 8079 showed up on an eastbound stack train.

3) I seemed to be chasing rainbows much of the morning when I finally mustered up this feeble attempt with UP 2739. If you look real close, the rainbow is to the far left.

That will do it, thanks for looking.

OYW 








Date: 02/10/19 21:56
Re: Sunday morning trio of trains
Author: bmarti7

Nice pics! Thanks for the effort.

BB

 



Date: 02/10/19 22:21
Re: Sunday morning trio of trains
Author: RailFanAZ

Nice Set of Photos!

Christina
RailFanning UP & BNSF, AZ
RailFanAZ.com



Date: 02/11/19 07:35
Re: Sunday morning trio of trains
Author: tomstp

Over 20 years and still an engine in the SP paint.



Date: 02/11/19 07:37
Re: Sunday morning trio of trains
Author: SCKP187

Nice photos.  I like seeing those SD70M flares as well.
Brian Stevens



Date: 02/11/19 08:38
Re: Sunday morning trio of trains
Author: 3rdswitch

Nice trio.
JB



Date: 02/11/19 09:15
Re: Sunday morning trio of trains
Author: SP8595

Ho-hum stuff, Great shots:}



Date: 02/11/19 13:33
Re: Sunday morning trio of trains
Author: ns1000

Very nice..!!  I like Pic 2!!



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