Santa Fe train 807 rolls east through the great Mojave Desert with 16 cars of interchange traffic for the Arizona and California Railroad at Cadiz.
Meeting in Bagdad. On November 6th, 2012, BNSF Railway train Z-SBDWSP9-06L (Priority UPS-LTL Intermodal; San Bernardino CA to Willow Springs IL), behind ES44DC 7816, meets westbound train ... (more)
BNSF Railway 7503 grinds upgrade on its way from Alliance, Texas, to Thenard, in the Los Angeles harbor area. They may all look alike, but each of these three diesels are different GE models: ES... (more)
Mojave sunset: The last rays of sun illuminate the Mojave desert west of Bagdad as Santa Fe's first GE Dash 9, No. 600, leads westbound tonnage on March 7, 1995.
Westbound near Bagdad, adjacent to the Historic Route 66, a Los Angeles destined stack train glides across the desert at ease, operating at a track speed of 70mph under the power of three BNSF GE'... (more)
A westbound manifest with a NS unit work through Bagdad as they climb between Amboy and Siberia.
A westbound stack train starts to slow down for track work up head after a thunder storm.
A westbound stack train crosses over one of the many bridges on the Needles sub
After meeting a military train, BNSF 6632 rolls by with a friendly wave from the crew.
Traversing the 'Mother Road' in a red Mustang pacing the ATSF.... doesn't get much more Americana than that! Interesting side note; the tanks cars directly above the Mustang are actually the sole ... (more)
At sun-up, another WBD stacker heads through the desert, and starts its ascent on Ash Hill.
With over 20,000 horsepower, a hot westbound pig train races across the flats between Amboy and Ash Hill.