GP35 3502, GP20 2003 and GP38AC 3804 head across the Mojave desert, away from the interchange with Santa Fe at Cadiz.
BNSF 6644 leads a westbound manifest through the Mojave desert at Cadiz, California.
BNSF 7921 & three other GEs lead an eastbound intermodal train through Cadiz.
En route to Chicago BNSF Railway's twice weekly RoadRailer premier service Ice Cold Express delivering refrigerated fruits, produce and cold storage products. This train will be turned over to the... (more)
Westbound Arizona & California train 708 slowly approaches the BNSF interchange at Cadiz, CA.
The Arizona and California Interchange at Cadiz -The Cadiz turn of the Arizona and California Railroad out of Parker California prepares to join with the head end of a line of cars that the... (more)
Nearly new Santa Fe #927 leads a freight thru Cadiz, CA. in May of 1994.
The shadows are long as the Cadiz turn from Barstow arrives at its destination with a consist which includes ARZC number 4001, presumably after heading west for some kind of maintenance or repair ... (more)
The Arizona & California Arrives in Cadiz -The Cadiz turn of the Arizona and California Railroad out of Parker California joins with the head end of a line of cars that the BNSF Cadiz local... (more)
With the Old Woman Mountains looming in the distance ...... one-year-old BNSF ES44C4 4244 is leading train Q-MEMRIC6-10 through the tiny town of Cadiz, California, near sunset on Fe... (more)
It's Pronounced "Kay-deez"Having crossed into California about 80 miles to the east, BNSF Railway train S-LPKSCO1-11, with Intermodal Stacks heading from Logistics Park in... (more)
After being cloudy most of the day the sun came out for a couple hours allowing me to check Cadiz off my bucket list.
Ahead of schedule! ARZC 4002 has made it to Cadiz and is now pulling into the Parker Siding. They'll have to wait a couple of hours for the BNSF Cadiz to show, as he hasn't even gotten to Ludlow y... (more)
ARZC 4002 rolls along at 10MPH as it nears Cadiz, CA.
Here they come, nice and slow...the elusive sextet that threw us a curved ball when we were least expecting it - resulting in a breathless chase deep into the Mojave.