An ex-C&NW Dash 9 and standard cab SD60 hold down the fort in Tehachapi as the power for an MOW equipment train doing work on the Mojave Sub.
A work train sits with a standard cab SD60 and former CNW dash-9.
Eastbound priority TOFC using all of its horsepower to climb the loop
Northbound UP Manifest at the Summit of the Tehachapi Grade between the Monolith cement plant and the town of Tehachapi.
Run of the mill BNSF power heads trailers as they head east through Cable.
After struggling up the Techachapi Mountains this large manifest passes the iconic signal bridge at milepost 377, before entering Mojave
A Large manifest struggles up to the Techachapi Loop on this first day of December.
My one and only time at the "Loop" was one of the best California experiences ever.
A Southbound stack train enters Tehachapi after tackling a loop and passes and auto train.
A work train holds the siding south of town.
Running on the normal northbound main #2 at Tehachapi Summit due to MOW work on the #1, UP 8810 South kicks up some dust as it races towards Mojave.
With it's tail just entering the horseshoe curve at Caliente, BNSF 6177 trundles west through the Caliente Creek Narrows.