BNSF 7767 has no doubt seen many trips back and forth through Los Angeles as evidenced here leading a manifest through Blue Cut on a beautiful morning.
It's late evening as a westbound Z train flies into the yard at Barstow.
A pair of GEs take stacks through Blue Cut. The name of this location derives from the unique color of the rocks found alongside the railroad right of way.
It's just after 8AM and the sun still hasn't completely filled the valley yet as more eastbound stacks head up the grade at Blue Cut.
Five GEVOs lead a manifest eastbound, crossing Swarthout Canyon Road between Blue Cut and Cajon Station on a beautiful morning.
More orange GEs lead stacks up the grade at Hill 582. Coming up the Palmdale Cutoff behind this train was UP's Mojave Flyer, with a trio of older SD60Ms.
It's a beautiful evening at Cajon Station and the trains are plentiful. This manifest is passing through the interlocking just below Sullivan's Curve and, although is heading compass west, is actu... (more)
As an eastbound BNSF stack train tackles the grade, a trio of UP SD60Ms take the 'Mojave Flyer' up the Palmdale Cutoff, seen from the viewing area at Hill 582.
More stacks head up the grade toward Sullivan's Curve with yet another quartet of orange GEs. Though the monotonous parade of these units would seem to get old, I thoroughly enjoyed my trip to thi... (more)
A trio of UP units swiftly take a stack train toward Los Angeles on the Palmdale Cutoff, seen from the abandoned section of old US 66 between Blue Cut and Cajon Station on a beautiful summer morni... (more)
As I prepared my shot for the approaching eastbound stack train, the blast of a horn from behind me signaled the arrival of a westbound manifest. The two trains meet just below Sullivan's Curve se... (more)
Four GEs lead a lengthy manifest train under the signals at Hill 582 on a beautiful July morning.
One of the many stack trains running along BNSF's Cajon Subdivision passes beneath the signal bridge at Hill 582 on a beautiful summer morning.