Sunny California? Not always, as evidenced on December 2, 1979 as a Santa Fe eastbound passes the (now demolished) station in Mojave after crossing the Tehachapi Mountains.
Various sorts of UP power idle at Mojave on a clear Sunday morning.
The Southern Pacific heritage unit entering Mojave after being one of the few trains of the day on the Tehachapi Loop.
A BNSF GEVO leads a pair of Dash 8-40BWs, a SD40-2, and a C44-9W out of Mojave, Ca.
TOFC train makes the turn south out of the Tehachapi Mountains and into the town of Mojave late in the day.
BNSF 4859 leads a stack train south into Mojave under the old signal bridge just north of town. It's nice to have a background like the Tehachapi Mountains for a change rather than the horizon an... (more)
A southbound BNSF freight eases into the greater Mojave metropolis as a near perfect rainbow has formed in the western sky.
RMPX 711 and two boxcars sit on the Progress Rail lead in the industrial park at Mojave, framed almost perfectly by a rainbow in the western sky.
A fairly new H3 Gevo cuts into the sun with a stack set. Gotta love those new Schneider containers!
Leaving Mojave, you can see the Tehachapi Windmills in the Background.
First train after sunrise, hits the desert sands.
An eastbound BNSF stack train decends the grade down into Mojave near Warren, in the Tehachapi Mountains.