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.
Date changed; also it is GP35 not GP40-2
Taking the Turn at Lavic – A westbound double stack train winds its way through the S turns at Lavic before it starts up the grade in route to Barstow. In the distance to the right, a s... (more)
Facing the Sun at Lavic – A westbound double stack train rounds the bend at Lavic and starts up the grade in route to Barstow.
Early morning finds a vehicle train racing east just outside Ludlow on BNSF's Needles Sub.
Westbound grain loads pass through Ludlow with a creem and green SD70mac.
An eastbound Long Beach, CA to Clovis,NM train grinds up the grade along the Needles sub at Ludlow.
BNSF 7686 drops down into Ludlow with double stacks in tow.
An east bound H train approaches Ludlow at sunset.
This eastbound BNSF just passed Ludlow, and is going up Ash Hill.