This San Diego to Clovis vehicle train heads down off Ash Hill near Siberia.
This hot eastbound Los Angeles to Chicago Z crests the summit of Ash Hill on the Needles Sub.
BNSF 5307 leads the Fresno to Chicago Z down off Ash Hill with a CP leaser 4th out.
Late afternoon finds BNSF 7141 west leading the QCHILAC up Ash Hill on it's westbound journey across the Needles Sub.
Dropping down off Ash Hill, this westbound Z lead by re-painted 7540 nears Ludlow on it's journey to Los Angeles.
One of BNSF's newest ES44C4's leads this eastbound Stockton, Ca to Willow Springs train down off Ash Hill in the late afternoon.
The Cadiz Local makes good time with a large train as it works east along the Needles Sub between Daggett and Newberry Springs.
4 units lead this empty ore train at Daggett where it will return to home rails and head back to Utah for more loads.
BNSF 4464 leads this eastbound general freight with a little pool power from NS and CSX through Daggett on the Needles Sub.
5 units lead the eastbound Cadiz Local along the Needles Sub between Nebo and Daggett.
An eastbound BNSF auto train rolls through Ludlow on a nice September morning.
An early morning stack train knocks down the intermediate signal at MP656, located between Amboy and Cadiz on the former Santa Fe main.
The westbound New York, NY to Los Angeles, CA stack trains passes an eastbound Z STOWSP8 at Siberia.
A hot Z9 led by a clean C4 charges hard for Needles across the hot Mojave Desert.