This is a westbound stack train, heading for Long Beach, California. For the rear of this train, see photo #263528
Passing the southern most customer in Las Vegas for the UP (Letica Corp.) this UP eastbound baretable move will be recrewing in less then an hour.
With the trailing DPU bringing up the rear, this stack train originated in the Chicago, Illinois area and will terminate in Long Beach, Calfornia.
At over 400 axles in length, this is a westbound coal train, bound for Long Beach, Ca
Pulling only 30 cars, this is the hottest train on the former LA&SL line.
This end of train DPU is running at full throttle...helping this train maintain a blazing speed of 10mph up from Sloan Canyon.
This specially painted UP / SP Heritage unit is on the point of this westbound intermodal
This is a westbound intermodal, heading for the port of Los Angeles. It is seen here cresting the hill at Cima, Calfornia located in the Mojave National Preserve.
This is the head end of a westbound stack train, heading for the Port of Long Beach, California. See pic http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=258664 for the rear DPU's
Due to a passing cold front off of the coast of California, the cloudy conditions add a bit of drama to this image. This is a westbound stack train, heading for the Port of Long Beach, California.
This is a eastbound stacktrain, climbing upgrade over the former Santa Fe bridge.
While photographing an eastbound stacktrain in the immediate foreground, a westbound staker, rumbles slowly by on the next set of tracks.
This is an eastbound stacktrain, is crossing over the old Santa Fe bridge, heading upgrade through Kingman Canyon.
This is an eastbound stacktrain, climbing upgrade through Kingman Canyon.
This is a westbound stacktrain, utilizing its two rear end DPUs, to help slow its gradual descent through the canyon.