partially painted 4737 leads a baretable train east out of Sanborn siding in the California desert
BNSF 4737 leads an eastbound at Cajon as work on the 3rd main was still underway.
a group of new C44-9W's were put into service before full painting could be done in late '97. A pair leads an eastbound baretable train in the Mojave Desert near Sanborn, CA
A BNSF westbound takes the siding at Bealville as an eastbound right around the corner. The Bealville siding is the longest on the mountain, comming in at 13,270 ft long. If the trains are short e... (more)
A BNSF stack train races across the floor of the Tehachapi Valley, as it begins the downhill journey toward Mojave.
The dark patch at the top left of this photo indicates just how close the cloud came to winning, in terms of the lighting for the shot!
Sea-chick heading through the Waterfront
This long, white trailer train is headed up by two BNSF Dash 9s, the second with an American flag attached to the vertical section of handrail behind the A/C box. And AC6000CW CSXT 653.