Running under the no longer seen former Southern Pacific signal, BNSF 6536 brings the power of the Z STOWSP-6 under the signals. These signals were torn down 24 hours later
A BNSF train lights up the signal in Mojave with clear skies above.
UP's ZBRLC passes a set of local power as it slows and will be setting out a car here.
An assortment of road and local power at Mojave, Ca.
GECX 2030 South passes MP 377 in the early morning as it leads the MSTOBAR out of the Tehachapi Mountains.
The morning of July 4th, Independence Day finds UP 2379 still holding at Fleta. A fitting unit to shoot on this fine holiday.
An armour yellow SD70M rolls east under the signal bridge at Milepost 377 on Union Paific's Mojave Sub. This was the last train to come under this bridge in full sunlight, signalling an end of an ... (more)
A mixture of BNSF-CREX-UP power this Northbound loaded grain train up grade out of Mojave.
It's just before 6am as Kansas City to Richmond autos struggle up the east slope of Tehachapi Pass on the 2.2% grade out of Mojave.
A stormy Friday evening across the Mojave Desert, as UP 8895 sits at Chaffee on the Lone Pine Sub waiting to head east with a empty coal train off the Trona Railway.
A pair of Union Pacific SD60Ms and a pair of Trona Railway SD45-2s lead a UP train through Mojave, California, on April 9th, 2004. The two Trona units, 3003 and 3001, are on lease to the UP.
On one of very the last sunrises for this iconic signal bridge, an LA-bound well-car repo storms under it.
While hiking along the undulating ridge line high above the railroad and highway below, we met an eastbound rack repo from Richmond. It sure was a beautiful sight to take in from this elevation.
With the vast expanse of the Mojave Desert in the background and a modern, unsightly, but productive eyesore in the foreground, an eastbound BNSF intermodal train negotiates the reverse curves at ... (more)
A Union Pacific passenger train is heading south on Union Pacific Mojave subdivision in Mojave, California.