A detouring UP Z train was passing BNSF eastbound control signal Ash Hill
Kansas-Oakland containers tip over the summit at Ash Hill behind BNSF ES44DCs 7238 and 7333.
A hot Alliance-San Bernardino Z9 tips over the grade at Ash Hill.
An Alliance-San Bernardino Z9 is almost at the summit of Ash Hill with (only!) 3 GEs leading the way.
BNSF C44-9W 4040 leads a heavy stack train up Ash Hill.
With 5 GEs leading the way, this Z train has no problems making it up Ash Hill at a decent rate of speed.
BNSF 718 West is leaning into the grade between Siberia and Klondike where the westward main takes a longer course than its eastward counterpart to alleviate gradient ascending Ash Hill. The 124 c... (more)
BNSF has been around for over a year, but you could never tell by this photo of an eastbound at Ash Hill in California's Mojave Desert.
Santa Fe 5960 West attacks the eastern slope of Ash Hill. In a couple of miles, the train will reach what used to be known as "Squaw Summit." That's what SP called it when they built thi... (more)
BNSF's Southern Transcon is colorful right now with lots of pool power, case in point this BARGAL dropping down off Ash Hill near Siberia.
BNSF SD70MAC 9989 brings up the rear of this eastbound stack train at Ash Hill.
East Switch at Ash Hill Siding - [Winter Solstice 2017 Series] - A National City bound auto train approaches the crest of Ash Hill from it's 24 mile and 1000+ foot climb from Amboy, out of ... (more)
BNSF's Westbound VBLUSBD lead by an NS SD70ACU rebuild and a CP GE, drop down off Ash Hill on the Needles Sub.
BNSF 4260 East leads the Q-LACCXB1-28L over the top of Ash Hill.
Santa Fe "Super Fleet" FP45 #90 leads SD45-2 B-unit 5511, SD40-2 5177 and B23-7 6406 Eastbound.