Three BNSF motors pull a heavy SLABAR manifest across the Mojave Desert after meeting an eastbound stack train.
BNSF 5332 leads a westbound grain train through a cut near Ash Hill as dark clouds pass by overhead. The light streaks are from the end DPUs as they pass through the frame.
If I close my eyes, it sounds like the 1990s. BNSF 4064 doesn't not have the traditional K3LA Dash 9 Horn. It has a RS3L, the horn on most ATSF units. This is the first time in years I've heard a ... (more)
Climbing upgrade near Bagdad on the Needles Sub, BNSF 7080 will be in run 8 all the way to the Summit at Ash Hill.
8 units power this eastbound auto train as it enters the small desert outpost of Amboy.
This sign along US 66 pretty puch sums it up, as eastbound stacks race by.
3 units race west with a hot Z in tow as storms build to the east.
After taking the siding at Amboy for a fleet of hotter trains to pass, BNSF 7080 West is again on the move as it climbs out of Amboy.
5 BNSF B-40's ease the Cadiz Local down Ash Hill.
2 BNSF AC4400CW's shove on the rear of a long grain train as it rounds the big curve between Siberia and Klondike. It is rare to find these type of BNSF units this far west, as they are normaly in... (more)
8 units lead this eastbound auto train between Siberia and Bagdad on the Needles Sub.
A single unit shoves hard on the rear of a westbound general freight under stormy sky's along the Needles Sub.
BNSF 7593 east leads its train of containers and trailers down off Ash Hill.
One of BNSF's newest ES44C4's leads its westbound train of double stack containers through the sweeping curves at Siberia as it makes its way across the Needles Sub.
As a storm front approaches from the west, a small pocket of sunshine illuminates an upgrade westbound stack train near Arrowhead Junction on BNSF's exceptionally active Needles Subdivision.