With the 2013 San Bernardino Railroad Days coming to a close, ATSF 3751 gets the highball to depart the station for Los Angeles.
With the westbound Kaiser Hauler stopped on track 1 due to mechanical problems, dispatcher has to single track through Victorville. One of the first trains to go by is the MWCNP with a new ES44AC ... (more)
As the DPUs of a westbound stack train glide down Cajon Pass, an auto train charges up the two percent grade on its way to Summit.
BNSF 7289 charges into the canyon in Kingman, AZ as the four units roar with life; try to move this 2 mile long stack train across Arizona.
A hot UPS Z Train charges west, along the Seligman Sub, as it passes by the rock formations at Valentine, AZ.
A new ES44C4, 6531, leads a Willow Springs, IL to San Bernardino, CA high priority intermodal train over the Mojave Desert on a cool April evening.
A Chicago bound stack train starts get up to speed after waiting for westbounds to clear on a comfortable April morning.
A 10,000 foot stack train starts to slow down for a red signal due to track on the subdivision. They were single track from CP Essex to CP Goffs. This stack train would wait for 45 minutes for 2 w... (more)
BNSF 7908 leads a Los Angeles bound intermodal train along Route 66 at Valentine, AZ on a hot and windy Arizona day as a motorcycle group drives along the side of the tracks.
A repainted H3 Dash-9 rounds the curve in Kingman Canyon on a westbound auto that has all the paint schemes on BNSF's GE engines (H1, H2, H3).
What Luck! As I hear the horn of a westbound S LPCLBJ stack approaching, I focus my attention to an eastbound stack train. After it passes by me, I realize I wont be able to shoot the west... (more)
A Los Angeles, CA to Memphis, TN stack train charges hard up the hill to Yamapi as it makes its way over the Northern Arizona Desert.
Slowly gliding down the hill from Yampi, BNSF 7842 is in control of a 2x1 steel coil train as it has a max speed of 45mph going down the hill.
A brand new ES44C4, BNSF 6552, makes its way down Cajon Pass as it heads for the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
Three BNSF motors pull a heavy SLABAR manifest across the Mojave Desert after meeting an eastbound stack train.