Late in the day, Santa Fe 9551 East roars up the Sacramento Wash at Yucca, AZ. Besides eroded material, this area is laced with volcanic basalt.
BNSF 9075 leads an eastbound stack train through Yucca in the early morning.
Looking right at home where these units once dominated, BNSF 747 in Warbonnet colors brings up the rear of a westbound HTULBAR at Yucca on the Seligman Sub.
A wild westbound DELPBAR, light engines from El Paso, TX to Barstow passes over a wash at Yucca as it heads for Needles.
CREX 1419 brings up the rear of a westbound stack train as it passes through Yucca on the Seligman Sub.
After sundown, a Santa Fe eastbound makes its way up the edge of the Sacramento Wash at Yucca.
2 new ET44C4's along with a CREX leaser lead this Alliance, TX to San Bernardino Q train at Yucca on the Seligman Sub.
Minutes before sunset, BNSF 3987 along with a UP SD70 races west with a baretable in tow as the train nears the small community of Yucca.
Early morning finds NS 9861 leading the QNYCLAC west at Yucca on BNSF's Seligman Sub.
After spending Christmas in Los Angeles, I began my journey back to Valentine. Before leaving, I learned that a westbound manifest had a solid Canadian Pacific consist on it was going to pass by t... (more)
Eastbound Barstow to Lincoln manifest passes through Yucca as it climbs towards Kingman.
A westbound Q train with a cut of refers from the San Joaquin Valley of California are on the head end of this Richmond to Alliance, TX train.
BNSF Richmond CA to Chicago stack train climbing east near Yucca
BNSF 7198, 4441, 8240, & 8057 sprint west on the point of an intermodal train.
An eastbound with some "BNSF heritage" in the consist rolls across the bridge south of Yucca, AZ.