A Santa Fe manifest waits its turn to depart Goffs while a priority intermodal races by on the Needles Sub. The Santa Fe 838 would receive BNSF Railway 'New Image' livery in 2008. By July 2010 it ... (more)
Pacing Santa Fe 800 East across the Mojave Desert east of Goffs.
An ES44C4 leads a 10,000ft stack train across the Mojave Desert as it pulls into the hole at Goffs to let a fleet of hot westbounds go by.
Drifting into the desert at track speed, the DPU's of a westbound intermodal train catch the last color of the evening sunset, made perfect by the clouds on an approaching storm front.
Thick clouds ahead of a storm front resulted in diffused light for much of the day, though a partial clearing near sunset and the low sun angle resulted in an incredible series of colors near the ... (more)
What appears to be one very long Z train is actually two trains, a westbound and an eastbound Z train meeting on the double track BNSF Needles Subdivision near Goffs with the famous Route 66 in th... (more)
Two BNSF stack trains meet along the Needles sub as the sunsets over Goffs.
A short unit steel coil train lead by a single warbonnet GE, holds at Goffs for 2 westbounds to run around.
DS 113X has a lot of trains running around Goffs. A westbound Z LACWSP passes by the stopped BNSF 6812 as it waits for more westbound Z trains pass it as night start to fall over the eastern Mojav... (more)
BNSF 6812 leads it Long Beach bound stack train as it slowly crosses Route 66 at Goffs as it will prepares to stop and let westbound hot shots Z trains over take it.
After being put in "the hole", BNSF 6812 west holds and waits for three westbound trains behind it to overtake it.
One of BNSFs newest ES44C4s leads a Long Beach bound 2 mile long stack train slowly around the banked curve of Goffs as it approaches a red signal as it will let some hot westbound traffic pass by... (more)
A Los Angeles to Fort Madison stack train roars down the tracks for Needles as it passes the DPUs of a westbound stack train as the California sun sets over the eastern Mojave Desert at Goffs.
A short, hot westbound Z marches across the Mojave Desert on a beautiful September afternoon.
One of BNSF new orders of C4s, BNSF 6892 leads its eastbound manifest through the town of 23 people, Goffs.