BNSF 7017 leads a high priority train eastbound through W. Amboy as it over takes another east bound train that is holding on the other mainline.
A westbound goes through west Amboy just before dawn and begins its climb up ash hill
With its fresh paint gleaming in the late afternoon sun, BNSF 7198 leads a westbound stack train out of Amboy, mid-way in its trip across the Mojave Desert.
A westbound manifest comes out of the siding at Amboy onto main #1.
The BNSF "Black Worm" makes it's way west into Amboy near sunset, heading to Los Angeles.
An eastbound intermodal makes it's way down the steep grade from Siberia into Amboy as the sun sets.
A westbound in run 8 pours on the power coming downhill into Amboy in attempt to gain some speed for the long up to Ash Hill.
At Amboy four westbounds are stacked up as the first takes off for Barstow. This first train is hauling frieght from Cadiz to Barstow, five engines all 4 axle power!