BNSF 3948 leads an eastbound Z-train as it climbs the grade towards Yampai as it emerges out of the Nelson Tunnel. This tunnel is the only double track tunnel on the former- Santa Fe system.
Hustling across the Colorado River on a blistering summer afternoon, the crew of the BNSF 6109 has just begun their trip east since hundreds of miles of desert to go before their crew change at Wi... (more)
Loaded ballast rock train, bound for San Bernardino, exist out of Crozier Canyon. This ballast trains will eventually head towards the beaches of San Clemente, CA and dump rocks along the Surf Lin... (more)
One of two Ferromex locomotives sporting company's new paint scheme has found its way into the US. FXE #4029, an EMD SD70ACe, is 2nd out on an extra Barstow, CA to Galesburg, IL manifest train as ... (more)
Double stacks for Southern California On-Dock Terminal (Thenard), CA races west into a fading sun as it approaches the Hackberry Rd. crossing.
Four GE motors round the 40 curve of Valentine as they bring 7,300 feet of high priority cargo for San Bernardino, CA.
A short Alliance, TX to Stockton, CA Z-train start to gain speed after clearing the 25 MPH speed restriction inside of Crozier Canyon as the BNSF 5209 East struggles to reach that speed grinding u... (more)
Run a head behind schedule, the tri-weekly Kingman, AZ to Winslow, AZ climbs the 1.4% grade of Crozier Canyon as leftover rain clouds linger in the background.
As the shadows grow longer, a westbound GALBAR manifest train emerges from the western entrance of Crozier Canyon. Next to it, the trail end of the Z LACWSP9 clears up just in time.
A Willow Springs, IL to Stockton, CA Z9 slowly creeps along the Hackberry Wash as it passes an M.o.W gang that has wrapped up work for the day.
Four GE motors hustle a "silver Z" through Valentine as it races up to 70 MPH.
Ferromex's SD70ACe #4029 is sporting Ferromex's new paint scheme as it heads west on a 16,000 foot long combo-train near Antares.
The hot Los Angeles, CA to Willow Springs, IL UPS/LTL Z-train races hard towards Crozier Canyon as it has no issue maintaining the 40 MPH speed limit on the 1.4% grade.
The fading sun shines off the nose of the BNSF 7058 as it slowly climbs over the hump of MP 444 as it follows close behind westbound traffic at Pica.