Brand new BNSF 8300's are in charge of this eastbound stack train holding at E. Daggett.
A nice eastbound with some CP and NS power leads this Stockton to Chicago Z at Goffs.
After a number of other trains have ran around, this eastbound military train gets underway.
H1 painted 1019 and a CP unit lead the VBIRRIC westbound near Arrowhead Jct.
BNSF 8320-First westbound trip after delivery.
The first 3 ES44C4 8300 series units on BNSF lead the SALTSCO at Homer on the Needles Sub.
4 brand new C4's lead the ZWSPLAC out of the Colorado River Valley.
The first BNSF 8300 C4's on the property lead the SALTSCO on the Needles Sub at Arrowhead Jct.
Another set of 4 brand new C4's lead this hot Bay Area bound Z train through Goffs in the early morning.
The ZWSPLAC races through Ibis with 4 fresh C4's leading the way.
A pair of GE's lead a westbound stack train up Ash Hill on a beautiful evening in the Mojave Desert.
Crossing into the State of California, BNSF C44-9W No. 5273 leads a stack train across the Colorado River from Arizona, westbound on the Santa Fe Transcon to Barstow and points west.
As the sun begins to set on the last day of March, a pair of ES44C4s are locked in a battle with gravity as they tackle the 1.4% grade of Ash Hill on the BNSF Needles Subdivision.
2 brand new UP 8900's lead the hot ZCIG1 through Daggett where it will return to home rails for the trip up the LA&SL.
West of Ibis, BNSF 7941 west leads 2 other brand new C4's with the QCHISBD on the drawbar.