BNSF triple seven leads this grain empty at Siberia on the Needles Sub looking right at home here along ex ATSF territory.
CREX lease power leads this westbound loaded unit grain train bound for Swanson, CA in the San Joaquin Valley along the Needles Sub.
As the sun begins to set on the last day of March, a pair of ES44C4s are locked in a battle with gravity as they tackle the 1.4% grade of Ash Hill on the BNSF Needles Subdivision.
Heart of the Mojave - Siberia California - An eastbound auto train rounds the bend at Siberia on it's way to Amboy.
A westbound Santa Fe intermodal climbs the grade from Siberia to Klondike in the Mojave Desert. The eastbound main is in the foreground.
Ascending Ash Hill in the morning sun, a trio of BNSF widecabs lead a high priority Z train across the Transcontinental railroad at Siberia, westbound on Santa Fe's Needles Subdivision.
After clearing the red board for track work, an eastbound intermodal train slowly starts to gain speed down Ash Hill at Siberia.
2 brand new Citirail units shove on the rear of this westbound loaded grain train.
2 brand new 1400 series CREX's shove on the rear of this loaded grain train on the Westbound main at Siberia.
A westbound Santa Fe intermodal works upgrade at Siberia, California, on the climb up to Ash Hill. These B40-8s were precursors to the later "Super Fleet" GE and EMD units--in warbonnet ... (more)
BNSF's Gold Bar unit, BNSF 7695, leads an eastbound intermodal train across the Needles Subdivision as it knocks down the eastbound signals of Siberia.
A high priority intermodal train, bound for Los Angeles, charges up towards Ash Hill along the Needles Sub on a perfect April afternoon.