BNSF 7085 heading east between Cadiz and Danby on the BNSF Needles subdivision just as the sun begins to sink behind the mountain peaks.
The Cadiz Local swaps trains with the ARZC with a clean B40-8W on the rear.
The 708 arrives at Cadiz to swap trains with the BNSF.
A Harbor stack heads through Cadiz in the late afternoon.
An H1 Dash 9 is on the rear of an eastbound Q train at Cadiz.
Deep in the Mojave Desert, BNSF Railway train L-CAL1161-13, a local operating from Barstow to Cadiz (pronounced "KAY-Deez") and return, and known colloquially as the Cadiz Turn, a... (more)
Westbound traffic is starting to back up along the Needles Sub, near Cadiz, as a Chicago, IL to Stockton, CA intermodal train catches yellow signals due to slower trains climbing Bolo and Ash Hill... (more)
Seven four-axle units haul a westbound Arizona & California freight approaching the Santa Fe interchange at Cadiz, California, late in the day of March 8, 1995.
BNSF 7195 leads an ethanol train west as it crosses Schulliver's wash on cool sunny day in the Mojave Desert.
As the western sky glows bright red and orange from the setting sun, a westbound BNSF stack train races across the Mojave Desert, near Cadiz, CA, along BNSF's Needles Subdivision.
A pair of westbound trains make their way down the western slope of Goffs Hill as the first one approaches Cadiz and the second one clears the control point of Danby under a full moon sky.
The BNSF Cadiz turn job gets ready to shove back to the string cars that the ARZC delivered to be taken back to Barstow as day light quickly fades.
AZRC 4002 is ready to head back home after completing the interchange with the BNSF Cadiz turn as day quickly turns to night.
Stacks from Chicago to San Bernardino fly through East Cadiz.
Fresno bound grain loads fly through East Cadiz at or near track speed.