Santa Fe freights led by Super Fleet GEs meet at Hinkley just west of Barstow, California, on March 6, 1995.
A quartet of matching BNSF C44-9Ws sit quietly at the east end of the Hinkley siding waiting for a spot in the yard at Barstow.
Outrunning The Storm. With a desert thunderstorm looming in the background, BNSF 5334 hustles its westbound manifest toward the Harper Lake Road grade crossing - located between Hinkley an... (more)
After meeting the Boron local at Jimgrey, BNSF 5242 brings its eastbound manifest one step closer to Barstow as it hustles through the Mojave Desert community of Hinkley.
CN pool power leads a westbound grain load through Hinkley on the Mojave Sub.
BNSF 8083 leads a colorful westbound manifest through Hinkley. Not sure where the ex BNSF SD75's are heading?
A westbound Santa Fe freight sits in the siding at Hinkley, California, to meet two eastbound trains on the afternoon of March 6, 1995. The train is led by Super Fleet GE C40-8W No. 863 still look... (more)
Two AC motors sandwich a C4 as the RICELP patiently awaits a track at Barstow, after an all night run over the loop.
After meeting several eastbound trains at Hinkley, California, a westbound Santa Fe freight finally departs and storms toward Mojave led by Super Fleet GE C40-8W No. 863 on the afternoon of March ... (more)
GECX 2030 passes through Hinkley as it nears it's final destination at Barstow.
Humming through the desert at an impressive track speed of 50MPH, an exceptionally clean Warbonnet GP60M and three rebuilt BNSF SD45-2's have nearly completed their eastbound trip from Boron to Ba... (more)
Passing through one of the few green fields along the Mojave Desert, the Boron-Barstow local has nearly completed its eastward run from Boron.
On the move again after meeting 2 west at Hinkley, this short manifest gets up to speed quickly for the final few miles into Barstow.
A short eastbound manifest holds down the siding at Hinkley on BNSF's Mojave Sub, as the tail end of a ZWSPSTO can be seen in the distence.
Caught this former passenger locomotive on the point of a hotshot intermodal heading eastbound through the Mojave desert. The unit is now part of the Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris, Ca