Photographers capture a Q train as it moves eastbound through the cut at Ash Hill
Code line is still present as a 10,000 foot Q-SBDCHI6-25K crests Ash Hill on its journey east on the BNSF Needles Subdivision.
4 GE's make quick work of Ash Hill as they race up the hill at track speed.
BNSF 5352 leads a loaded unit steel train up the 1.4% grade on Ash Hill. Interesting that the train olny has one unit on the point, with 2 DPU on the rear.
A westbound intermodal destined for Barstow and Los Angeles makes track speed over the BNSF Transcon near Ash Hill, westbound on the Needles Subdivision.
Three GEs lead a westbound BNSF stack train as it works up the stiff grade at Ash Hill on the Needles Subdivision.
BNSF 6727 crests the summit of Ash Hill.
A new Ferromex SD70ace add's a much needed splash of color to the sea of orange pumpkins along the Needles Sub, as this westbound climbs towards Ash Hill.
One of BNSF newest ES44C4's leads a hot eastbound off Ash Hill.
Eastbound stacks drop down off Ash Hill.
BNSF Fresno to Chicago intermodal drops down odd Ash Hill as it heads east.
A heavy westbound manifest struggles with the last mile of the 1.4% grade to the Summit at Ash Hill.
Dropping off Ash Hill is this Eastbound auto train with 3 GE's.
BNSF's Cadiz Local drifts down off Ash Hill with a wild consist. Nice to see the GP60B's in service.
This guy has SWAG! Not something you see everyday. An Ex-BN SD60M and an Oakway SD60 unit are the only two units on this eastbound empty grain train. The two units have no problem going acr... (more)