BNSF 7837 & 4143 head into Crozier Canyon with an eastbound stack train.
One of the hottest trains on the railroad slips by a slower stack train at West Darling, having just crossed over from Main 2 to Main 1 in front of him.
The hotshot Willow Springs to San Bernardino Z train overtakes a stacker at West Darling
A clear signal at the northend of Broughton, keeps this BNSF powered intermodal train charging north on the main line with less than a hour of daylight left.
Two GEVOs clear out some snow as a manifest freight rolls southward near Merrifield.
A northbound BNSF stack train charges up the hill to Summit at Tehachapi where it will the dynamic breaks will be on controlling it down the 2 percent grade to Bakersfield.
BN Cascade green SD40-2 7837, a second BN Cascade green SD40-2 and a Santa Fe Bluebonnet GP39-2 lead today's CHI102 local through Coal City.
Crews swap on BN Cascade green SD40-2 7837 at Eola. BNSF H1 SD40-2 7185 is passing by on the left. Santa Fe Bluebonnet GP30 2405 can also be seen off to the left.
Yarding a train
After going in emergency and sitting here for 2 hours, BN SD40-2 #7837 and patched DRGW SD40T-2 #5398 get under way departing Eola with S-BPATAC.
After a long two hour wait due to an ETD (End train device) problem and going into emergency, S-BPATAC departs Eola with a BN SD40-2 7837 in charge and a patched DRGW SD40T-2 5398 second out.
Just like the old days, when BN had SD40-2s for power on stack trains.
Rock train power waiting for train to be unloaded