BNSF 5151 leads an eastbound stack train through the curves at East Siberia, CA with the Bullion Mountains providing a backdrop.
GP50 3845 leads a westbound on the curve west of Siberia, climbing the grade to Ash Hill. Meanwhile, an eastbound passes in the distance on the other track. This is the Needles Subdivision of th... (more)
A half-decent Warbonnet is eastbound with a stack train.
Eastbound and westbound meet at Klondike in the middle of the Mojave.
Sinking its' teeth into Ash Hill, BNSF's Cadiz Turn heads back west for Barstow.
BNSF 7765 West powers through an S-curve at dusk as it climbs Ash Hill.
At dusk, a westbound intermodal train negotiates the contours of the Mojave Desert at the eastern base of Ash Hill.
BNSF 5435 is on the point of a long eastbound stack train seen here racing down the steep descending grade on the eastbound Main 1 at Siberia.
Easter Sunday brings business as usual on BNSF's thronged Barstow to Needles mainline. A pair of BNSF "land barges" meet a few miles east of Siberia. Amboy Crater can be seen in the background.
An eastbound mixed freight descends Ash Hill toward Amboy while, in the distance, a westbound stacker struggles around the horseshoe curve at Siberia on the high line. The dual transcontinental ma... (more)
A manifesst headed for Barstow leans into one of many curves at Siberia as the Lava Hills pop with color in the distance in response to the light of the setting sun.
Westbound approaching Klondike where the east and west mains split along BNSF's Needles Subdivision.
A grain train roars westward on the upper alignment at Siberia as a pig train cruises downhill toward Amboy on the lower.
As an eastbound manifest drops down the eastern slope of Ash Hill, an intermodal train headed for LA starts its attack on the grade.