A warm afternoon along the BNSF Needles Subdivision finds one of many trains in the constant intermodal parade climbing uphill through Siberia in the Mojave desert.
Still looking presentable even several months after delivery, an ET44C4 leads a westbound BNSF stack train across the Needles Subdivision as it passes the control point at East Siberia.
Now reclassified by BNSF as an SD70MACe, this former Grinstein SD70MAC is looking brand new again as it leads a westbound grain train into the Barstow terminal where it will hold for a few days be... (more)
A westbound BNSF unit cottonseed train climbs the grade through Siberia and toward Ash Hill on a warm Spring afternoon on the Needles Subdivision.
A recently outshopped SD70MACe rebuild leads a westbound grain train through Newberry Springs on the BNSF's Needles Subdivision a few miles east of Barstow.
BNSF 9748 leads a westbound grain load past a eastbound empty at Daggett on the Needles Sub.
Seen from the Yucca Ave overpass, BNSF 9748W enters the yard where it will be tied down for the next few days until continuing west.
Late afternoon at Goffs finds a long Belen to Barstow freight with a nice mix of power lead by brand new 3779.
A hot westbound Z races through Essex in the late afternoon from the National trails hwy overpass.
A westbound HKCKBAR races through Goffs with a GECX demo unit 3rd out, as usual in the trailing position.
BNSF 6527 leads 2 older CSXT units on a westbound military train as it eases out of the siding at Amboy and throttles up for the climb to Ash Hill.
BNSF 3786 west works through Klinefelter on it's way up out of the Colorado Valley late in the evening.
EMD power leads this eastbound stack train as it nears Ash Hill on the Needles Sub.
Late evening at Ibis with brand new 3786 west in screaming low light!
Late afternoon finds a westbound Q train tackling the stiff grade to the Summit at Goffs with a newer tier3 credit 4200 series GE leading at Bannock.