The Willow Springs to North Bay zipper heads down the hill between Cliff and Bealville.
The tailend DP's of the MODBAR shove the 87 car freight to a stop at Caliente
FEC 101 with coal loads rolls into Bunnell as thunderstorms rumble in the distance. Coal comes down the FEC maybe monthly but it is rare for it to be on 101.
Pushing a westbound manifest, Santa Fe Dash 9-44CW No. 671 and BNSF No. 7103, speed along the high country of the Rocky mountains.
A westbound BNSF mixed manifest rolls through Byers Canyon in the high country of the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains.
With some hot reefers on the headend, a BNSF Stockton-Willow Springs Z train climbs over the Tehachapi Mountains.
FEC 226 with the Breast Cancer Awareness locomotive. This is the site of where the first train depot stood in St. Augustine.
A five pack of GE's exit the tunnel at Cliff with a smoke show!
Westbound double stacks drift through Kingman Canyon on BNSF's Seligman Subdivision.
As the DP's of the Chicago, IL to Los Angeles, CA Q train pass, a Los Angeles, CA to Augusta, KS Q train comes into view
After being overtaken by a sister zipper, four motors come to life as they lift 112 platforms out of Goffs.
BNSF 6741 leads the Q LACCHI out of Victorville passing the impressive CEMEX cement plant and BNSF's Victorville-Barstow local.
Los Angeles-Chicago stacks fly into Oro Grande, CA behind a trio of BNSF GEs.
BNSF's Victorville-Barstow turn awaits a crew before it begins its activities for the evening.
BNSF ES44C4 No. 8001 and NS C44-9W No. 9174 help shove a lengthy westbound BNSF trackage rights manifest up the 2-percent grade at East Portal, Colorado on September 24, 2016. The train has less t... (more)