The morning light gleams with fresh snow fall overnight as this eastbound stacker rolls along the Aurora Sub couple miles south of Lynxville. For some reason a massive tree cutting down project we... (more)
With snow still on the top of the San Francisco Peaks in May, a heavy Los Angeles Harbor stack train slowly rolls into Winslow, AZ. After making the 295 mile long trip from Needles, CA to the crew... (more)
Two GE's wait basking in the morning sun for a new crew to take them south. Relief is finally in sight, as a crew member approaches the behemoths preparing for another days work on the railroad.
On a cold morning, BNSF 7569 is idling and soaking up the sun rays while waiting for a new crew.
The hot ZLACWSP heads east through Santa Ana Canyon with the iconic Green River Golf Course in the background.
BNSF 7569 leads a Northbound "Z" train out of Bealville.
A faded GEVO grinds upgrade through the canyon while a Westbound Z train goes by on the far track.
Early morning on Cajon Pass finds this eastbound BNSF train working out of Sullivan's Curve as it works its way up the pass.
BNSF 7569 rumbles along the Needles Sub as it navigates the curves west of Ludlow, CA. An old ghost like town along Rte 66, Ludlow is still a nice pull off I40 for gas and food.
Four GEVO's have this westbound Z train, rolling right along at track speed, just west of Coal City.
BNSF 7569 leads a westbound stack train out of Joliet.
A westbound Z train rounds a curve between Lake Park and Hawley.
Who says Southern California doesn't have weather! One westbound heads down main #3 and an eastbound heads up main #2 at Cajon Summit.