Ridin' Through the Desert on a Horse With No Name - It felt good to be out of the rain - Actually there are five horses - four at the front, one at the back on a heavy westbound manifest in the h... (more)
Santa Fe SD40-2 5077 painted in the ill-fated SPSF paint scheme.
BNSF 6897 with an eastbound stack train approaching Arrowhead Jct.
BNSF 6667 waits to proceed east at Ibis due to track work at Klinefelter.
Westbound BNSF train eases away from a stop in Needles.
Santa Fe GE C44-9W 658 at Needles, California on October 23, 2000.
With its head end entering California and its rear end in Arizona, a westbound BNSF stack train crosses the Colorado River on its way to Los Angeles from the Midwest.
A BN C30-7 in the desert. Displaced from coal service by the ubiquitous SD70MACs, older worn out BN power found its way to the Santa Fe. Here, the BN green contributes to a colorful trio ... (more)
Three Amtrak SDP40F’s have brought 14-car Train 3, combined Super Chief - El Capitan, down from Arizona’s summit of 7,354-ft. at Riordan to the 475-ft. level of the Colorado River as the train lea... (more)
Five GEs lead an eastbound stack train towards a crew change at Needles.
A fairly dirty C4 heads up a westbound Z train as it departs the historic, ex-Santa Fe Railway Harvey House/depot in Needles for the trip across the desert to Barstow.
The head end power and the rear DPU's of this LA bound stack train can be seen as it rounds a big curve near Arrowhead Junction, CA on the Needles Subdivision.
Having just swapped crews at Needles, the BNSF 6902 bound for LA wastes no time getting out of town as it speeds across the Needles Subdivision.
High speed meets are common n the BNSF main, but takes some luck to be at the perfect spot to capture a meet. Here, we see 2 trains passing on the massive Topock bridge spanning the Colorado Rive... (more)