A BNSF SD70ACe and a pair of CSX GEs are on the head end of a KG4LB as it glides down Beaumont Hill during golden hour on the Yuma Subdivision.
Two of GE's new Tier-4 demonstrator are being test along UP's Sunset Route as they pull a westbound Mesquite, TX to Los Angeles, CA intermodel train down Beaumont Hill on a warm June afternoon.
An empty ethanol train charges through downtown Kingman as two GEs pull 100 cars along Route 66.
With the setting sun shinning only a few more minutes of light left, an eastbound Z-train races across the Arizona Divide at Bellemont.
Greeted by the early morning sunlight, BNSF 7906 charges through Kingman as it heads for Chicago where it will interchange with the NS railway.
Struggling up the Arizona Divide, a New York, NY to Los Angeles, CA stack train with a pair of dark horses, along with a BNSF GEVO, make their way to summit in no hurry as the train was doing abou... (more)
As sun begins to rise over the Mojave Desert, a Richmond, CA bound intermodal train charges its way out of Mojave at snail pace speed of 11 MPH.
The sounds of General Electric motors roar with life as this Roseville to West Colton monster manifest loops around itself on the famous Tehachapi Loop with the mid train units seen exiting Tunnel... (more)
The North Bay, CA to Willow Springs, IL Z9 charges up Tehachapi Pass as it begins the steep climb to the summit at Caliente.
Due to the forest fire in Yosemite, smoke has covered the sky in the Tehachapi mountains, but that doesn't stop UP as one of there intermodel trains heads north towards Seattle, WA as it snakes it... (more)
A colorful consist which includes a CN, Citi Rail and a repainted BNSF GP-38 are part of this southbound manifest as the mix sound of GE and EMD motors roar with life as they enter Tunnel 2.
A Dash 9 leads an eastbound Stockton, CA to Chicago, IL stack train slowly down into Mojave after battling the steep climb up and over Tehachapi Pass on a warm summer morning in the Tehachapi moun... (more)
A pair of EMD SD70ACes have no trouble battling out of Caliente as they pull a 97 car long empty baretable.
With only 2600 feet in tow, a pair of NS units travel west along the Salton Sea at -200 feet below sea level as the light the DPU on an eastbound train can be seen in the background.
Snaking its way through San Timoteo Canyon, UP 8463 leads an eastbound stack train up towards the top of Beaumont Hill on its trip across the Yuma Subdivision.