A large thunder storm has just headed east through Daggett, CA heading out into the desert. BNSF ES44C4 7093 had a front row seat waiting for room at Barstow.
Running on trackage rights as BNSF F ISCLB01 08, UP's ISCLB-08 (Salt Lake City-Long Beach) intermodal train enters the BNSF Needles Sub at Daggett off of home rails on the Cima Sub. A large storm ... (more)
Kansas-Oakland containers tip over the summit at Ash Hill behind BNSF ES44DCs 7238 and 7333.
A hot Alliance-San Bernardino Z9 tips over the grade at Ash Hill.
With a stack train destined for the NS at Ashland Ave in Chicago, BNSF ES44AC 6154 cruises down Ash Hill.
BNSF ES44C4 4211 and C44-9W 4719 bring up the rear of a Clovis, NM bound stack train, heading down Ash Hill at track speed.
Los Angeles Harbor-Clovis stacks cruise down the 1.8% Ash Hill.
BNSF ES44C4 7938 and CREX ES44AC 1320 lead a short Memphis-Richmond Q train west up Ash Hill.
A pair of GEs shove hard on the rear of Fresno bound grain loads, heading up the less steep (due to some interesting curvature) track #1 between West Siberia and East Ash Hill.
Chicago-San Bernardino stacks scream through West Amboy passing a stopped Los Angeles-Chicago Z train waiting for traffic ahead to clear.
An Alliance-San Bernardino Z9 is almost at the summit of Ash Hill with (only!) 3 GEs leading the way.
BNSF C44-9W 4040 leads a heavy stack train up Ash Hill.
With 5 GEs leading the way, this Z train has no problems making it up Ash Hill at a decent rate of speed.
A matched quartet of BNSF C44-9Ws lead a short 16 car "Cadiz Local" east towards the interchange with the Arizona and California Railroad.
A quartet of BNSF GEs lead an eastbound stack train down Ash Hill.