On the morning of March 28, 2001, a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe stack train drops downgrade into Caliente, California, while crossing Tehachapi Pass. Caliente Bodfish Road meanders alon... (more)
Leading its lengthy train onto the floor of the San Joaquin Valley, BNSF 5489 hustles a westbound intermodal upgrade into Sandcut as the ex-Southern Pacific code lines here continue to deteriorate... (more)
With a fresh crew onboard, the 6300 foot long Q186 starts to head out of LaGrange as it splits the old and new signals at Main Street Connection.
Dropping downgrade into Caliente, BNSF 5489 and two fellow GE's bring their 5,960-foot-long vehicle train across the Tehachapi Creek that continues to have water flowing through it after the excee... (more)
Rolling Down Ash Hill - A Westbound stack train rolls down the grade at Ash Hill towards Ludlow.
BNSF double stack snakes on BNSF Main 2. UP and Main 1 tracks are seen in the background.
Letting in a breath of fresh share while waiting its turn to proceed westward.
This intermodal had 6 business cars on the rear. The cars were eastbound last night behind BNSF 1000 and BNSF 5064, two Dash 9s.
Westbound manifest speeds towards Abo Canyon, New Mexico