A westbound Santa Fe manifest freight with B40-8W 550, GP60B 328 and SD40-2 5124 at Blue Cut, California on November 27, 1994.
Trailing units are a SD40-2, GP60B and SD40-2.
An eastbound Santa Fe double stack roars downgrade toward the bridge at Topock, which will carry the train over the Colorado River from California to Arizona.
Not even 5 years old, the lead B40-8W was still high quality road power for the ATSF. On todays BNSF, most of the 500's spend their days hauling locals.
Warbonnets lead the Stack Richmond (CA) - Dallas over the Trinity River bridge. This scene is completely changed now, as the Dallas Sub was sold to DART before the BNSF merger and a new concrete b... (more)
Sante Fe doublestacks on the Loop.