A westbound Z train moves at snail speed up Ash Hill along the Eastern Mojave Desert as it leads the fleet of westbound train on a hot Labor Day Sunday.
Did I go back in time or what? With the all of California's "green" laws, old units don't really get into California. Mostly, you see Newer ES44DCs and C4s running all the trains now but today, a ... (more)
Westbound stacks lead by a interesting concest march up Ash Hill on a November 2008 morning.
The standard Santa Fe station sign at Ash Hill.
Another shot of the Cadiz Local with vintage ATSF power in 2003!
Late evening finds this westbound quality train working towrds the summit at Ash Hill.
A Eastbound manifest drops down from the summit at Ash Hill.
The dispatcher has lined this Westbound Z up the normal Eastbound main up Ash Hill, making for a rare afternoon shot.
Westbound autos pass near the summit at Ash Hill.
Four motors on the head end, and two DPU's shove a train west up Ash Hill on the second day of 2010.
A matched quartet of GEVO's battle Ash Hill with 6900 feet of UPS in tow.
westbound train climbing Ash Hill a couple of miles east of the station of Ash Hill
The DPU shoves hard on the rear of a westbound BNSF manifest as it nears the summit of Ash Hill.
The westbound BNSF Cadiz Local struggling up Ash Hill with an assortment of four axle power.
Westbound tonnage is about to crest the summit of Ash Hill in the late evening.