Nearing Siberia in the late evening is the SLPCSCO with consecutively numbered ES44C4's #3252 and 3253 factory fresh.
A westbound Santa Fe feight with a mixed set of power in the curve west of Siberia.
A westbound Santa Fe TOFC train approaches Siberia. An ironic name for this hot place in the Mojave Desert.
With a stack train destined for the NS at Ashland Ave in Chicago, BNSF ES44AC 6154 cruises down Ash Hill.
BNSF ES44C4 4211 and C44-9W 4719 bring up the rear of a Clovis, NM bound stack train, heading down Ash Hill at track speed.
Los Angeles Harbor-Clovis stacks cruise down the 1.8% Ash Hill.
BNSF ES44C4 7938 and CREX ES44AC 1320 lead a short Memphis-Richmond Q train west up Ash Hill.
A pair of GEs shove hard on the rear of Fresno bound grain loads, heading up the less steep (due to some interesting curvature) track #1 between West Siberia and East Ash Hill.
A matched quartet of BNSF C44-9Ws lead a short 16 car "Cadiz Local" east towards the interchange with the Arizona and California Railroad.
A quartet of BNSF GEs lead an eastbound stack train down Ash Hill.
Destined for Willow Springs, IL, this Z train wastes no time descending the 1.8% grade on main 2 between Ash Hill and Siberia.
Chicago-San Bernardino stacks climb the stiff grade between Siberia and Ash Hill.
A heavy grain train slowly climbs westward on BNSF's Needles Sub between West Siberia and East Ash Hill.
BNSF ES44C4 7093 climbs out of West Siberia with a Memphis-Los Angeles baretable train.
BNSF ES44DC 7368 leads an eastbound stack train downhill between Ash Hill and Siberia on the Needles Sub.