With the peaks of the Tehachapi mountains cloaked in cloud, a heavy Union Pacific manifest descends into bright sunlight just north of Mojave.
Four GE's are giving all they have to keep a loaded grain train moving up the steep slope from Mojave to Tehachapi. Helping further back are three more units cut in mid-train with another two push... (more)
2 of Uncle Pete's finest lead a repo train by the DWP plant in the north of Mojave.
A heavy Union Pacific stack train fills the sweeping curve at Warren as it slowly climbs the dry east slope of the Tehachapi Mountains.
SP 4362 and 4311 sit at the SP Mojave yard.
Having been stripped of one engine, the previous day's Mojave Flyer LOQ91 sits in Mojave Yard in the last light of day.
Progress Rail Services runs a rail wheel business on the Mojave Airport grounds in Mojave, CA. This bright red SW9 is the plant switcher.
A Union Pacific coal train off the Lone Pine subdivision heads south out of Mojave.
This hotshot double stack heads under this classic signal bridge, still keeping it's eye's on the mojave sub after all these years. Judging by the replacement of classic signals that inhabit the a... (more)
This BNSF train is about to re-enter home rails at Mojave, after it's run across the Tehachapi Mountains and will race across the desert to Barstow.
An eastbound Southern Pacific freight approaches Mojave, California, after traversing Tehachapi pass the morning of March 6, 1995. Lead locomotive No. 8690 is former Burlington Northern SD45 No. ... (more)
2 SD70's are on the point of a coal empty tied down on the Creal Branch just north of Mojave.
One of the few remianing original Santa Fe Union Switch and Signal Searchlight Setups. The signals are standing like a sentenal on a clear stary night over the now BNSF trackage at Mojave.
BNSF 4881 muscles a grain load up the steep east slope of the Tehachapi Mountains.