UP and NS heritage pool units help this BNSF train up Ash Hill at Siberia.
For only a brief time in the Mojave Desert in springtime, a myriad of desert plants come to life, like this flowering cactus with magenta blooms. as the plant soaks up the California sunshine, an ... (more)
BNSF 558 leads the eastbound Cadiz Local down off Ash Hill as it passes through Siberia on a cold afternoon in the Mojave Desert.
5 BNSF B40-8W's on the Cadiz Turn crosses over an old Santa Fe bridge at West Siberia, CA , on 2/17/13.
I always thought this was one of the more ironic station names in railroading.
Good Job #9 - A cryptic message appears scrawled in the road grime on the cab of #7359 (part of a two unit DPU set) as it trails on a westbound stack train making the 20 mile and 1800 fo... (more)
westbound Kansas City to Long Beach, CA K Line stack train is just beginning the long climb to the top of Ash Hill near the appropriate station of Siberia
The westbound New York, NY to Los Angeles, CA stack trains passes an eastbound Z STOWSP8 at Siberia.
East Siberia - A westbound stack train climbs the 20 mile and 1800 foot high grade out of Amboy towards the summit at Ash Hill. Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: GE ES44DCLocation: Siberia, California, USALocomotive #: BNSF 7360Train ID: - - - -Photo Date: January 26, 2013
BNSF 4645 west tackles the westbound grade at Siberia as it cilmbs towards Ash Hill.
A new ES44C4, 6531, leads a Willow Springs, IL to San Bernardino, CA high priority intermodal train over the Mojave Desert on a cool April evening.
2 BNSF AC4400CW's shove on the rear of a long grain train as it rounds the big curve between Siberia and Klondike. It is rare to find these type of BNSF units this far west, as they are normaly in... (more)
8 units lead this eastbound auto train between Siberia and Bagdad on the Needles Sub.
A single unit shoves hard on the rear of a westbound general freight under stormy sky's along the Needles Sub.
One of BNSF's newest ES44C4's leads its westbound train of double stack containers through the sweeping curves at Siberia as it makes its way across the Needles Sub.