Working up the stiff grade out of the Colorado River valley, BNSF 8002 leads this KCKBAR at Klinefelter.
BNSF 6852 heads east past a derailment site just east of Bagdad along the BNSF Needles subdivision. The auto carriers were blown over by strong winds from a severe thunder storm in the area last ... (more)
BNSF 7646 leads a westbound train across one of the many dry washes along the BNSF Needles subdivision.
BNSF 6553 leads a westbound train toward Amboy as it climbs the little grade out of Cadiz along the BNSF Needles subdivision.
BNSF 6752 leads an eastbound empty auto train as westbound loaded auto train works through the switch-backs as it makes its way toward East Siberia in the distances.
BNSF 705 still in Warbonnet paint shoves on the rear of this KCKBAR at Ibis.
BNSF has received a number of new units in the last few weeks, here is 7188 leading 7190 along with another GE and 8001 on this eastbound at Pisgah.
Working up Ash Hill in the late afternoon, 8002 passes Siberia on the long climb from Amboy to the Summit at Ash Hill.
BNSF 8002 along with a CREX unit lead this westbound Kansas City to Barstow freight up the steep 1.4% grade to Goffs.
On it's first eastbound run after being delivered, BNSF 7187 leads a manifest through Ibis just a few miles short of Needles where crews will change.
Passing through Minneola BNSF 543 leads it's train that will be dropped in a siding further down the line and the power will return light to Barstow.
BNSF 543 still in Santa Fe red and Silver leads this rainbow of color at Daggett.
With BNSF's recent power shortage, trains are being moved out of the yard and parked in sidings along the Needles Sub, such the case with this eastbound with the normal Cadiz Local power.
Heavy westbound traffic brought 8006 to a stop for a while at Newberry Springs where quite a few railfans had gathered to snap off a few roster views.
Between Essex and Cadiz, westbound train H-SLABAR passes through Danby.