Oh how I miss these days. My favorite railroad, and my favorite locomotive type. "Santa Fe all the way!"
BNSF 7891 leads a double stack train eastbound near Barstow, California.
First light at Barstow caused some sensational glint photography opportunity. An eastbound UP intermodal gets underway on the BNSF mainline, where it will roll onto UP rails at Daggett CA.
ES44DC 7605, ES44DC 7518, C44-9W 4603 and ex-BN SD60M 8196.
The eastbound Cadiz Local eases down the yard lead at East Barstow where it will enter main 1 for the trip to Cadiz on the Needles Sub.
EMD power is found as the rear DPU on this westbound Watson bound Ethanol load at East Barstow.
Four EMD 45 engines passing the old station and yard area of Barstow
EMD power leads the ZSTOWSP off the Mojave Subdivision at Hutt, as it enters Barstow Yard.
Built as SD45, remanufactured as SD45B by Santa Fe, San Bernardino.
A pair of CP units are on the point of a Levee, Ca bound oil load seen here at West Barstow.
This old FP45 sits at Western American Railroad Museum
Santa Fe GE C44-9W 680.
A GE 44t, a Santa Fe FP45 and a Santa Fe prototype container are part of Western American Railroad Museum at Barstow station.