The desert sun has taken its toll on the paint on this caboose displayed at Needles CA. Not only are the numbers faded beyond recognition but what appears to be graffiti has also long since faded... (more)
BNSF 8017, 5256, 4321, & KCS 4052 power an eastbound manifest through the spectacular scenery west of the California/Arizona border.
BNSF 8222, 4242, & 7869 lead a westbound stack train across the Colorado river and into California at Moabi Regional Park.
This eastbound out of Needles is about a mile short of crossing the massive Colorado River Bridge and entering Arizona.
BNSF ES44C4 8264 has just departed Needles, CA with a Chicago Logistics Park stacker after a crew change. Shortly, it will cross over the Colorado River and into the state of Arizona at Topock.
A pair of BNSF GEs bring up the rear of a heavy grain train, heading into Needles for a crew change.
A faded Santa Fe 2311 leads a long Westbound freight train across the Topock bridge crossing the Colorado River.
The consist includes six four axle local engines that would be more commonly seen ... (more)
A 4-pack of BNSF GEs speed east on the Seligman Sub near the CA/AZ border at Topock.
A pair of BNSF GEs shove hard on the tailend of a loaded grain train. The headend can be seen in the distance.
BNSF ES44C4 4239 leads a 96 car H BARGAL out of Needles and shortly will cross into Arizona at Topock.
BNSF C44-9W 4975 leads a long, heavy LA-Chicago stack train east on the Seligman Sub. They're about to cross into Arizona at Topock.
BNSF's Barstow-Galesburg manifest plods along eastward on the Seligman Sub heading towards the siding at Franconia to get some PTC issues addressed.
BNSF ES44C4 8057 hustles an eastbound Z train towards the CA/AZ border.
A hotshot zipper speeds down the hill from Needles, about to cross into Arizona
The tailend DP's of a Hudson, CO to Bakersfield, CA grain train work hard shoving away from the Colorado River.