On a crystal clear smog less Southern California day SP experimentally painted SD45 7399 rolls under the classic signal bridge approaching Mojave after surmounting the Tehachapi Mountains.
The shadows are long as the Cadiz turn from Barstow arrives at its destination with a consist which includes ARZC number 4001, presumably after heading west for some kind of maintenance or repair ... (more)
Westbound BNSF double stack train at Homer, California in the Mojave Desert, with 4 GE's running elephant style. September 24, 2011.
An eastbound Santa Fe intermodal train approaches Ludlow, California, on March 8, 1995. A 1966-built SD40 No. 5013 leads the train through a Mojave Desert that has hints of springtime green.
Mojave sunset The last rays of sun illuminate the Mojave desert west of Bagdad as Santa Fe's first GE Dash 9, No. 600, leads westbound tonnage on March 7, 1995.
This eastbound BNSF just passed Ludlow, and is going up Ash Hill.
A Union Pacific Manifest slows on the descent into Mojave Yard on the Mojave Subdivision. The train is made up of mostly Oregon lumber since the fall of the United States dollar has made Canadian... (more)
Having come down off the Tehachapi grade this eastbound has just made a left in the town of Mojave. Now on ATSF track its next stop is Barstow, CA.
Homer, CA. Unfortunately no Marge.
.BNSF 7601 has its Z-Train up to track speed as it approaches Arrow Head Jct., in Eastern Mojave Desert.
Dropping down out of Wash on the Mojave Sub between Cajon Pass and Palmdale.
An unusual 8-unit lash-up of Dash 9's consisting of 1056, 5035, 1020, 5251, 5977, 640, 4466 and 4454 heads an eastbound Z-train out of Warren and into Mojave on a 104° summer morning. The extra p... (more)