BNSF's San Jacinto Local works up the steep Box Springs grade with 11 loaded grain hoppers.
Santa Fe lives on! (well at least through BNSF)
Here we see a local lead by a patched ATSF warbonnet lean into the super-elevated curves in Albany.
Humming through the desert at an impressive track speed of 50MPH, an exceptionally clean Warbonnet GP60M and three rebuilt BNSF SD45-2's have nearly completed their eastbound trip from Boron to Ba... (more)
Passing through one of the few green fields along the Mojave Desert, the Boron-Barstow local has nearly completed its eastward run from Boron.
Leading the Boron-Barstow local, a classy and exceptionally clean GP60M has just departed from the Borax Facility, a large complex and mine specializing in the handling of Borax and other minerals... (more)
Not long after daybreak, an eastbound Santa Fe intermodal is pulling the Arizona Divide at the east end of the Crookton Line Change.
The "oh-eleven job" makes some moves around BNSF's Northbay facility.
BNSF 153 is crossing over the Dominguez Channel and Henry Ford Blvd and is approaching PHL's Badger Bridge which will carry it onto Terminal Island in the Long Beach/Los Angeles, CA port complex.
Who gets to go first? BNSF 153 and 4685 wait to see who will first get the signal to cross PHL's Badger Bridge onto Terminal Island in the Long Beach/Los Angeles port complex.
BNSF's warbonnet GP60M 153 leads today's Pasadena Local past the ex ATSF San Dimas depot.
BNSF's Pasadena Local goes about switching duties at a local customer near the old ATSF Pomona depot.
BNSF's Pasadena Local with a pair of Warbonnet EMD GP60M's is racing through Rancho Cucamonga at CP Rochester.
BNSF's Pasadena Local with a pair of Warbonnet's is returning to the main line after having shoved its hole train up the La Verne Metropolitan water spur to fetch 1 empty inside the plant. A some ... (more)
Ft Worth to Los Angeles intermodal train approaching Helendale, CA