A trio of SP ACs idles in the yard at Mojave.
Not your typical Amtrak detour! Devoid of regularly scheduled passenger traffic since the start of Amtrak in 1971 the rails over Tehachapi Pass have hosted several Amtrak detours over the years, m... (more)
The other unit was ATSF U36C 8730. A Roger Puta Photograph
A repainted ex SP AC4400 sits at South Mojave with a unit cement train.
A nice lashup of pool power leads this northbound unit cottonseed train bound for Fresno as it struggles out of Mojave.
Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer unit leads an intermodal through Mojave during a gorgeous day.
Recently repainted SD70 4618 at Mojave.
2 UP tier4's that have been assigned to a ballast train working on the second main project between Walong and Marcel are found at the bottom end of the Mojave yard.
Climbing out of the Mojave sink, a northbound UP doublestack train begins the assault on the grade toward Tehachapi summit in the early evening.
Both an empty UP coal train and local are tied down on the south end of Union Pacific's Lone Pine Subdivision in Mojave.
BNSF train HBARPAS digs in on the stiff grade out of Mojave as it works up the east slope of Tehachapi pass late in the evening with a colorful lashup.
Parked in the siding at Fleta under a star-lit sky, a UP coal train from Utah waits to be interchanged with the Trona Railway at Searles.
A Santa Fe EMD F45 leads two SD45 units on an eastbound container train as it races through Mojave in the morning.