BNSF Tier4 3910 leads a westbound manifest down off Ash Hill on the Needles Sub.
The Blue Hour at Ash Hill - A westbound stack train approaches the cut at West Ash Hill.
A breezy and cool November morning along the Needles Subdivision finds an eastbound BNSF empty grain train topping the stiff grade on Ash Hill with a leased Citirail GE on the point.
Becoming slightly more desirable as time marches on, a BNSF 4400-series Dash 9 along with two sisters and an ES44DC power an eastbound stack train over Ash Hill located on the BNSF Needles Subdivi... (more)
Citirail lease power leads a eastbound grain empty at Ash Hill.
Big GEs and EMDs battle the fierce grade of Ash Hill's eastern slope. The top of Ash Hill, which is where today's station sign of the same name is located, was originally called "Squaw Summit." Lo... (more)
BNSF 3911 west battles Ash Hill on a 112 degree afternoon on the Needles Sub.
CREX 1414 and 1204 bring up the rear of a Chicago bound Q train as it passes the cut at Ash Hill.
112 degree desert heat is endured to chase BNSF 3911 west along the Needles Subdivision this afternoon as train QATGLAC works up Ash Hill with a brand new ET44C4 leading.
Three UP SD70M pull the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus train over Ash Hill in the Mojave Desert as it makes the journey to Fresno, CA for the circus' next show.
A Bay Area bound Q train is in a pack of westbound's as it slowly makes its way up Ash Hill.
Yet another new C4 leads the hot ZWSPLAC at Ash Hill.
BNSF 8325 leads this Houston to Los Angeles Q train at Ash Hill.
BNSF 8340 west tops the Summit at Ash Hill and will begin the decent to Ludlow and on to Barstow.