The 708 arrives at Cadiz to swap trains with the BNSF.
Seven four-axle units haul a westbound Arizona & California freight approaching the Santa Fe interchange at Cadiz, California, late in the day of March 8, 1995.
The 708 continues through the Mojave Desert as they notch out of the yard limits at Rice.
The Cadiz Turn passes the small yard in Rice on their way west.
Arizona & California's Cadiz Turn rounds a curve between Vidal and Rice on their way west.
The ARZC continues west towards Cadiz with an ex-ICE SD40-2 leading.
708 departs Earp with four EMDs.
The 708 waits for its outbound crew to take the train to Cadiz.
ARZC 807 arrives in Castle Hot Springs to swap cars with BNSF's M-PHXPHX at the beginning of a scorching hot day in central Arizona.
Arizona & California 708 crosses the Colorado River and enters California enroute to Cadiz.
The outbound crew to Cadiz heads east to couple up against their train before departing westward to swap cars with BNSF.
Arizona & California's 708 train heads towards the BNSF interchange at Cadiz as they pass the junction at Rice with the abandoned branch to Blythe.
An Arizona & California GP40-3 awaits its next assignment in the San Diego & Imperial Valley yard in San Diego as the SD Trolley yard can be seen behind them.
Late afternoon at Parker finds 3998 outside the shop.
AZRC 4002 is ready to head back home after completing the interchange with the BNSF Cadiz turn as day quickly turns to night.