Shortly after the sun rose above the Bristol Mountains, a westbound BNSF double stack train climbs through the curves approaching East Siberia, CA.
A westbound stack train makes its way around a curve to go over the bridge at MP 671.0.
Eastbound vehicle train heading into the Mojave Desert's warm morning sunlight along BNSF's Needles Sub at West Siberia on September 11, 2008.
Westbound ethanol loads work up grade past Siberia in the late afternoon.
This C4 hits the beauty light at the end of the day near Siberia Wash.
A Westbound manifest lead by ES44C4 6614 leads another BNSF GE, followed by a EMD SD40-2 and a CSX gevo seen rounding the big curve at East Siberia in the late afternoon.
A unit cement train bound for Phoenix Arizona makes its way down the east slope of Ash Hill in the late afternoon. At Cadiz, the train will take the Arizona and California main line into Arizona w... (more)
A heavy Westbound manifest rounds the big curve at Siberia under stormy skys as it starts its way up to the old station of Klondike on its climb to the summit at Ash Hill.
Wish I had this luck the day earlier at the Vegas blackjack tables, but better late then never! I first scoped this train earlier in the morning in Barstow. Based the on power I suspected it was t... (more)
A westbound takes the curves at East Siberia.