The United Way SD40-2 leads the way on a cloudy day in the desert.
EMD SD70M locomotive belonging to Union Pacific Railroad, performing maneuvers in Mojave. In background, the AWEC Alta Wind Energy Center, also known as Mojave Wind Farm.
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Coming off the 'Jawbone Branch' at the north end of Mojave the eastbound Trona coal buckets 'wrong main' through town towards South Mojave. At South Mojave the buckets will take the old Santa Fe e... (more)
Union Pacific AC45CCTE No. 7806 leading a stacktrain southbound out of the desert town of Mojave.
A southbound BNSF Z has come the through the Tehachapi Mountains and is rolling across the High Desert towards Mojave.
Setting up for the days work of rail replacement on the Mojave Sub.
Railfan Heaven? Mojave 1998.
SSW 6876 leads a freight near Mojave, CA in May of 1994.
Filled by the sound of howling dynamics and the warm colors of a desert sunrise amidst the crisp mountain air another morning dawns at the foot of the Tehachapi Mountains meeting an eastbound BNSF... (more)
A trademark of Tehachapi's eastern slope, the old Southern Pacific era iron frame signal bridge at MP 377 frames a westbound BNSF double stack train as it crawls out of the desert and into the Teh... (more)
As the morning sun peaks above the horizon, casting the first rays of the day on the sleepy hamlet of Mojave, BNSF 4030 drops into town trailed by a eastbound 'baretable'.
A set of Union Pacific road power including UP 2290, an SD60M still sporting its red frame stripe, is tied down at the bottom end of the yard in Mojave on a cool Spring morning out in the high des... (more)
All EMD Santa Fe units: SD45-2 #5807 in merger paint, SD40 #5000, SD45 #5311 and SD40-2 #5042.
New signals are in place to replace the signal bridge a few miles north of Mojave.
From Tehachapi Coming reaches the freight train Mojave.