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.
A Roger Puta Photograph