Inbound domestic containers from Atlanta stretch over the Frost crossover in a view that will likely require a drone to recapture by this time next year (if plans to build a new road where the pho... (more)
Marine containers from Clovis New Mexico to the LA/Long Beach Harbor split the Victorville Narrows and stretch towards the crossover at Frost, now just hours away from their final destination.
A Global 2 stacker pulls through the Victorville Narrows and nears the crossover at Frost.
A Willow Springs to San Bernardino train is running out its last miles as it nears San Bernardino, crossing over the iconic Frost crossovers in Victorville.
Frost, just south of downtown Victorville (which is hidden behind the rocky hills on the other side of the trees along the Mojave River) is a unique place in railroading. It was here, on a plain ... (more)
BNSF Railway Dash 9-44CW 5459 on the point of train B-LPKLAC1-05 (baretable, Logistics Park Kansas City KS to Los Angeles CA) at Frost, just south of Victorville, California, on Ocotober 9, 2019.
Threading is way around the S-curves on BNSF Railway's "natural crossover" at Frost, just south of Victorville, California, is a baretable train – usually something not very photogenic. ... (more)
BNSF 5459 leads a westbound baretable through Frost with KCSM 4872 trailing
UP 4014 leads the PYRWC through Frost on it's way to West Colton Yard
Heading west out of Victorville, California, Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 4014 meets an eastbound UP freight (UP M-WCOG-09) at Frost, the location of the Santa Fe’s “natural crossover.” This spot is whe... (more)
Winding through the "Natural Crossover" at Frost, in the Victorville Narrows, is BNSF Railway train Z-NYCLAC7-18L. This Priority UPS-LTL Intermodal piggyback train is heading from New Y... (more)
After clearing Lowell Junction, manifest train EDPO proceeds East through Andover at a location known as "Frost" during the Boston & Maine days, short for Frost Interlocking.
An eastbound approaches the flyover at Frost, behind an interesting selection of power. Trailing units are GP9 2279, SDF40-2 5261, SD50 CR 6732, SD40-2 5147, SF30C 9528, and FP45 97.
Santa Fe 5019 heads west up Cajon Pass. It is passing over the eastbound main at Frost.
A westbound merchandise freight crosses the flyover at Frost. Trailing units are GP9 2292, GP20 3060, GP50 3818, SF30C 9519 and D8-40CW 855. Bringing up the rear are SD45 5349 and F45 5957.