BNSF 7985 leads an Alliance-San Bernardino Z train through Kingman Canyon.
BNSF C44-9W 4975 leads a long, heavy LA-Chicago stack train east on the Seligman Sub. They're about to cross into Arizona at Topock.
BNSF's Barstow-Galesburg manifest plods along eastward on the Seligman Sub heading towards the siding at Franconia to get some PTC issues addressed.
BNSF ES44C4 8057 hustles an eastbound Z train towards the CA/AZ border.
BNSF C44-9W 5096 and NS C40-9 8779 hustle loaded racks westbound on the Needles Sub.
After getting some PTC issues cleared up and getting scooped by another hot Z train, BNSF 8335 departs the siding at Goffs with Los Angeles bound traffic in tow.
BNSF ES44DC 7455 leads a Belen, NM - Barstow, CA manifest up the grueling grade between Needles and Goffs on the Needles Sub.
BNSF 6400, KCS 4599, BNSF 9221, & BNSF 9158 on the point of a waiting westbound empty coal train.
BNSF ES44DC 7557 leads a loaded military train westbound on the Needles Sub.
A BNSF grain train crosses above the Sheyenne River Valley and the town of Valley City on the former Northern Pacific Hi-Line Bridge, completed in 1908.
BNSF 152 awaits assignment at Barstow.
Lots of rebuilt GP60M-3's at Barstow, seen here as 116 is the point unit on the Cadiz Local.
BNSF 142 in fresh paint at Kaiser Yard.
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For a period in the Spring of '16, coal volumes had dropped so low that even the nearly GE-exclusive Northern California began seeing the EMD road power that was usually to the Powder River Basin.