BNSF 1008 and a Oakway leaser lead a long grain empty east.
A older gevo leads 3 new C4's east near Ludlow.
Westbound ethanol loads zig zag there way across the Needles Sub.
High above the tracks at Ludlow, finds this 5 unit eastbound racing across the desert.
Eastbound autos race along with a SD70mac.
BNSF 6636, BNSF 8140, BNSF 942, BNSF 7690, BNSF 535, BNSF 169, & BNSF 4966. Photographed at 15:10.
BNSF 7548 leading a westbound stack train near old Route 66
A "Sliver Z" train charges west into the around Ludlow Hill with the three pumpkins still in good shape not needing to stop for fuel at Barstow on a hot Ludlow evening.
Two DPUs bring the rear of EB double stack receiving the late evening low sunlight.
As the sunset starts to set in the eastern Mojave Desert, a westbound New York to Los Angeles Z train moves west pass Ludlow Hill on a warm summer evening.
As the stormy clouds clear, a WB double stack approaches Ludlow in the beautiful late afternoon sunlight.
WB intermodal in the late afternoon sunlight.
Watching after three eastbound trains in 105F strong sunlight, I was more than happy to catch a westbound train snaking around the corners down to Ludlow.
BNSF 7509 West work hard on the east slope of Ash Hill in the last light of the day as a thunderstorm came from the west.
BNSF 5214 East meet BNSF 7509 West at East Ash Hill under stormy sky. Later, on our way back to Barstow, a heavy thunderstorm hit Mojave desert.