A trainload of contaminated soil heads west on the former Coalinga Branch. As another long, hot day in the San Joaquin Valley becomes evening, thunderheads are building over the Sierra Nevada to t... (more)
Amtrak #702 pulls into the Hanford station.
A smart looking pair of PRLX SD40T-2s await their next call to duty at the Hanford Milling elevators.
BNSF ET44C4s 3762 and 3758 have just finished their switching duties in the yard east of Hanford.
After making a setout and a pickup, BNSF ET44C4 3746 speeds away from Calabrese with a local for Bakersfield.
Western Milling's new genset switcher at their Hanford mill.
BUGX 2161 stands at one of the many grain facilities located throughout the Central Valley with an unknown future as a lengthy grain train can be seen behind it - wrapping all the way around to th... (more)
BNSF 3759 and a sister ET44C4 catch the morning light as the rest near the crew base at Kings Park. Formally known as "Kings Industrial Park," the 1,100-acre lot is home to approximately 10 busine... (more)
With its station stop at Hanford just a few minutes ago, Amtrak 702 gets back up to track speed as it hustles through the crossovers at Calabrese and meets the BNSF 3841. The 3841's train is broke... (more)
A 115-Car Worm Chasing It's Tail. Looking like something right off the set of your club's model train layout, BNSF 6513 along with four other GE's idlle quietly this morning on the large, f... (more)
One of those "I Waited Years For This Shot" Shots. Growing up in Hanford, every time I would drive down to the grain facilities at Kings Park I would make it a point to find the red, EMD SD... (more)
A pair of clean BNSF ET44C4's at Hanford.
BUGX 2161 at Hanford. This is the same facility with the 2 green and white SD40T-2's.
The 991 train roars through the San Joaquin Valley with a brand new SD75M on the point. An Amtrak San Joaquin has just completed its station stop at Hanford, and is waiting at the west end of the ... (more)