A Hawk's View of the Bend at M.P. 696 - A hawk's eye view of a eastbound stack and pig train as it threads the S turns between Lavic and Ludlow California.
The Moon at Ash Hill - Light reflects off the walls of the rock cut at Ash Hill as a westbound train passes through on a rainy night in January.
The Cut at Night - Light reflects off the walls of the rock cut at Ash Hill as a westbound train passes through on a rainy night in January.
Obligatory Ludlow Shot #12 - A monster two mile long stack train pulls around the bend heading westbound from Ludlow toward the Port of Los Angeles.
Nighttime Meet at Lavic – As an eastbound double stack train winds it's way through the S turns at Lavic, the head end of a westbound pig train meets it at half way with the vehicle ligh... (more)
Climbing Out of Ludlow – Spring time in the Mojave Desert is as impressive, as it is short lived. Here a westbound double stack passes through a cut in a cinder cone as it climbs the gr... (more)