Westbound stacks cross the Colorado river and enter California at Topock.
A colorful international stack train from one of the west coast ports heads for points east through the barren southern California desert.
BNSF 4227 leads 8 brand new ES44C4's on their first westbound trip across the Colorado River Bridge at Topock.
AT&SF 615, is west bound crossing the Colorado River on the California Arizona state line at Moabi Park, Needles, CA. 4/16/1996
A westbound stack train crosses the massive Santa Fe bridge at the Colorado River crossing in Topock, California.
A westbound Z train heads through the long cut just west of the Colorado River crossing at Topock.
ATSF freight eastbound at the Arizona border of the Colorado river, as seen from Topock in the evening sunlight
ATSF 3687 East cuts through the bluffs west of the Topock bridge.
It was hot at Topock on the Colorado River - the talking track detector measured the temperature at 100º. No wonder the people boating on the river ignore the passing of the BNSF westbound piggyb... (more)
BNSF 6604 lead a westbound train arcoss the Colorado River.
This westbound stack train has an all blue-yellow consist of power as it passes from Arizona into California across the Colorado River.
A baretable freight crosses the bridge into California.
Heading towards the promised land...aka, Arizona...SouthWestRails.com
Getting ready to pass under old Route 66 and getting ready to head into Arizona.
A sunset soaks this area in fantastic orange light with a warbonnet on the point passing on the Topock bridge. I love you BNSF!