Lead an eastbound intermodal train as it snakes its way past the big basalt hills at Siberia. Santa Fe SD40-2 No. 5058 sports a rare set of headlights in its nose. The lights were Oscitrol warning... (more)
Junk Drag Through East Siberia - An eastbound junk drag rolls down the east side of Ash Hill on it's way to the bottom of the Bristol Basin at Amboy California.
BNSF 5264 at East Siberia - An eastbound manifest lead by BNSF 5264 rounds a turn at East Siberia as it rolls down the east side of Ash Hill on it's way to the bottom of the Bristol Basin a... (more)
A BNSF Railway container train for Barstow, Calif., climbs the grade at Siberia in the early morning sun.
On the longest day of the year, this westbound intermodal is already 100 miles into its trip across the Mojave Desert from Needles to Barstow as it swings around the big curve at Siberia on its cl... (more)
As dusk settles over the Mojave Desert, with Amboy Crater dominating the scene, a westbound BNSF Z train climbs the grade on the eastern slope of Ash Hill toward Squaw Summit.
Under hazy sunshine, a Santa Fe Parker Local makes its way east past the basalt hills of Siberia.
Working up the westbound main between Siberia and Klondike, BNSF 3751 leads this fast moving SALTLBJ.
Not to be confused with the famous steam engine...BNSF 3751 leads this westbound double stack up grade towards the summit at Ash Hill.
A pair of brand new ET44C4's lead this westbound SALTLBJ at Siberia on an extremely hot afternoon.
BNSF 3751 west leads this Alliance, TX to Long Beach stack train at Siberia in the late afternoon.
Four Four-AxlesA quartet of BNSF Railway GP60M-3 locomotives leads the Cadiz Local (symboled L-CAL1161-13) from Barstow to the Arizona & California connection at Cadiz, about midway... (more)
Fresh Paint!The whine of dynamic brakes breaks the silence of the Mojave Desert as a quartet of recently rebuilt GP60Ms (now called GP60M-3 by the railroad) bring BNSF Railway train... (more)
A Santa Fe intermodal train approaches Siberia, California, on March 7, 1995. Not much is left of the town of Siberia except for the Santa Fe station sign and this crumbling stone and concrete str... (more)
A westbound Santa Fe intermodal train climbs Ash Hill.