It's the 1990s all over again as unpatched ATSF Warbonnet C44-9W No. 695 and C40-8W No. 929 lead a stack train through the crossing at Maltby. CSX YN2 C40-8 No. 7607 trails third.
BNSF C44-9W #5267 and ES44C4s #8000 and #6672 lead a loaded autorack train through the crossing in Maltby, CA.
BNSF autoracks haul through Maltby on a hot June afternoon. Note one of BNSF's new ES44C4 No. 8000 third in consist. Guillermo Sanchez © 2014
BNSF C44-9W #4618 leads what I believe is a Z-WSPNBY through the crossing at Maltby on BNSF's Stockton Subdivision.
Due to a derailment on the UP Martinez Sub, for the first time 20 years, an Amtrak Train detours over the BNSF Franklin Canyon/Stockton Sub line.
A hot 199 train out of Chicago roars through the Tosco Oil Refinery at Maltby as it approaches the beginning of the 1.0 percent climb into Franklin Canyon.
U36C 8744 leads a westbound manifest through Maltby where it will start the climb to tunnel 3 in Franklin Canyon.
5099 East passes right next to the Tosco Oil Refinery as it begins its journey across the San Joaquin Delta.
Leaving the smoke stacks and catalytic crackers of the Tosco Oil Refinery behind, a 199 train rounds a curve at Maltby and begins the climb to Franklin Canyon.
As the Tosco Oil Refinery keeps cranking out petroleum products around the clock, a Santa Fe 981 train's ETD leaves a "string of pearls" in its wake as it speeds east through the industrial comple... (more)
With the storage tanks of Getty Oil for a backdrop, a super-hot 199 train begins the climb of the 1.0 percent grade from Maltby to tunnel 3 in Franklin Canyon.