An eastbound BNSF auto train rolls through Ludlow on a nice September morning.
An early morning stack train knocks down the intermediate signal at MP656, located between Amboy and Cadiz on the former Santa Fe main.
The westbound New York, NY to Los Angeles, CA stack trains passes an eastbound Z STOWSP8 at Siberia.
A hot Z9 led by a clean C4 charges hard for Needles across the hot Mojave Desert.
A westbound loaded grain train races through Amboy on a hot April afternoon.
A new ES44C4 leads a Memphis, TN to Los Angeles, CA stack train across the eastern Mojave Desert at Goff.
Sunset at Ash Hill - A westbound stack train rounds the bend as it approaches Ash Hill from Siberia.
East Siberia - A westbound stack train climbs the 20 mile and 1800 foot high grade out of Amboy towards the summit at Ash Hill. Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: GE ES44DCLocation: Siberia, California, USALocomotive #: BNSF 7360Train ID: - - - -Photo Date: January 26, 2013
BNSF 4645 west tackles the westbound grade at Siberia as it cilmbs towards Ash Hill.
BNSF 7577 west leads a long westbound into Ludlow on the Needles Sub as sunset approaches.
6 units lead this westbound stack train up Ash Hill in the late afternoon.
BNSF 4979 west with the Wabash NS Heritage Unit #1070 in the concest passes East Barstow on a Fresno bound grain train.
After receiving a Needles-Barstow recrew at Needles, a westbound rack train led by BNSF C44-9W, No. 5120 glides across the Mojave Desert near Arrowhead Junction on the BNSF Transcon.
A new ES44C4, 6531, leads a Willow Springs, IL to San Bernardino, CA high priority intermodal train over the Mojave Desert on a cool April evening.
A Chicago bound stack train starts get up to speed after waiting for westbounds to clear on a comfortable April morning.