Los Angeles Harbor-Clovis stacks cruise down the 1.8% Ash Hill.
BNSF ES44C4 7938 and CREX ES44AC 1320 lead a short Memphis-Richmond Q train west up Ash Hill.
A pair of GEs shove hard on the rear of Fresno bound grain loads, heading up the less steep (due to some interesting curvature) track #1 between West Siberia and East Ash Hill.
Chicago-San Bernardino stacks scream through West Amboy passing a stopped Los Angeles-Chicago Z train waiting for traffic ahead to clear.
An Alliance-San Bernardino Z9 is almost at the summit of Ash Hill with (only!) 3 GEs leading the way.
BNSF C44-9W 4040 leads a heavy stack train up Ash Hill.
With 5 GEs leading the way, this Z train has no problems making it up Ash Hill at a decent rate of speed.
A matched quartet of BNSF C44-9Ws lead a short 16 car "Cadiz Local" east towards the interchange with the Arizona and California Railroad.
A quartet of BNSF GEs lead an eastbound stack train down Ash Hill.
Destined for Willow Springs, IL, this Z train wastes no time descending the 1.8% grade on main 2 between Ash Hill and Siberia.
Chicago-San Bernardino stacks climb the stiff grade between Siberia and Ash Hill.
A heavy grain train slowly climbs westward on BNSF's Needles Sub between West Siberia and East Ash Hill.
BNSF ES44C4 7093 climbs out of West Siberia with a Memphis-Los Angeles baretable train.
BNSF ES44DC 7368 leads an eastbound stack train downhill between Ash Hill and Siberia on the Needles Sub.
Fresno bound grain loads fly through East Cadiz at or near track speed.