BNSF 7310 and another ES44DC pull this Long Beach bound stack train down Cajon Pass. With the last winter storm of the season rolling through, a mixture of rain and snow falls while still some of ... (more)
A high priority Z intermodal train bound for the NS railroad makes its way down the Arizona Divide as it passes Darling with a baretable train passing on track one.
Two mighty GE's lead an empty double train down the Arizona Divide into Winslow for a new crew to take this low priority train east over the Gallup Sub.
Containers from the Port of Los Angeles traveled through the night from the LA Basin, up Cajon Pass and across the eastern Mojave Desert to wake up to the Arizona sun as two BNSF GE's help push th... (more)
A heavy BARGAL cruises across the Colorado River and into Arizona over the double tracked trestle at Topock.
Four GE pumpkins give it all they got on this land barge bound for Hobart Yard in Los Angeles as they head up the grade of Ash Hill in the eastern Mojave Desert.
UP 844 leads its special all around the Southwest and now, it pulls its train up the famous Cajon Pass for the first time in 22 years with the sun finding a break in the clouds just at the right t... (more)
One of the few earthworms races across the eastern Mojave Desert (more like Mars) as a rare ES44AC visits the west coast and a Ferromex ACe trails behind. In the background, the two DPU's c... (more)
Four pumpkins lead a Houston to Los Angeles stack train around the curve at Kingman as it breaks free for a second out of the shadows of the canyon walls made from the early morning sunlight.
For those who do not know, I live around the Port of Los Angeles area. A lot of the trains out of the LA area come from the harbor bound for Chicago and other stations. I trave... (more)
Back in the day, the 199 would race down the ATSF tracks with shinny red and sliver GP's and Dash 8's. Now, the former 199 is the hottest train on the whole BNSF system. The Willow Springs, IL to ... (more)
Four Dash 9-44CW lead this heavy high priority manifest to the summit of the Arizona Divide as it passes by an old water tower at Bellemont.
Three pumpkins lead this Clovis, NM to Long Beach, CA stack train out of the dark shadows of the cliffs of Kingman Canyon and around the curves into the sunlight as it heads west to Needles.
A West Colton to Roseville manifest holds the siding at Ansel to let a southbound monster manifest by with the moon shinning down.
A monster Roseville to West Colton manifest glides down the hill from Tehachapi to Mojave as a SD70ACe and 5 other units keep this over 10,000 ton manifest under control.