BNSF 8154 leads a LA bound train across the Cajon Sub.
One of BNSF newest GE's leads this westbound near Hodge.
On a crystal clear morning, a mix of double-stacks and trailers makes steady westward progress up Ash Hill behind three GEVO's.
A horn blows to announce the approach of a westbound at Cima summit and a few minutes later a K-Line stack train appears over the brow of the hill behind three generations of GE locomotives.
A very heavy manifest with 2 mid-train DPU's eases westwards over Cima summit in glorious afternoon light.
Guillermo Sanchez © 2014
Just after the suns rays have reached over the mountain tops surrounding Cima Hill, a Union Pacific manifest stops briefly and allows a similar train to overtake it, waiting patiently for its turn... (more)
A westbound Z rolls along Route 66.
UP Chicago to City of Industry intermodal KG1CI enters BNSF rails at West Daggett for the trip up Cajon Pass. While UP's presence in Southern California is mostly comprised of traffic obtained aft... (more)
CEMEX 416 leads the loaded train from Bell Mountain back to the plant at Victorville. Interesting that this unit has been able to retain its original UP number boards.
CEMEX 416 leads the loaded train from Bell Mountain back to the plant at Victorville.
An impressive show of power as 10 units (9+1) bring an eastbound manifest around the big curve on the approach to Cima Hill summit.
Ex-Penn Central 2586 works the yard at Newark Ca.
The vast magnitude of the Mojave Desert and the Providence Mountains reduce a Union Pacific stack train to a thin sliver on the valley floor. The train has been visible for close to an hour as it ... (more)