In 1972, Seaboard Coast Line, Frisco and the Santa Fe operated a special promotional train from Richmond, California, to Richmond, Virginia to promote improved transcontinental service, thanks to ... (more)
BNSF 6286 leads a Riverbank to Los Angeles JB Hunt reposition move off the Mojave Sub at Hutt.
The EMD FP45 passenger service locomotive # 95 (built as # 105 in 1967) of the "Santa Fe" with 3600 hp looks a bit rusty and worn out now, but is still a very impressive and good looking... (more)
It's more then 6 years now, since I was standing on the hill, early on a beautiful, clear and rather cold sunday morning, looking down to this huge yard in Barstow. Together with two friends, I wa... (more)
BNSF 7998 leads the HBARBAK through East Hinkley siding
Rolling into Barstow, where the crew will be relieved and the train fueled, is BNSF train Z-LACMEM7-22, a Priority UPS-LTL Intermodal train making its way from Los Angeles to Memphis. Power for t... (more)
BNSF Railway Intermodal Stack Train S-LPKSCO1-20T, which originated in Kansas City KS and is headed to Long Beach CA, had its crew "die on the law" at Nebo, just four miles from the crew change po... (more)
Back when the GP60M were first bursting onto the scene. Exciting times! ATSF 109 leads ATSF 5150 and 5502 with a nice K Line stack train.
Classic 1980's Santa Fe consist. Three EMD's and five GE's. FP45 5998 is sporting the SPSF paint scheme. Nicknamed Kodachromes.
BNSF 3261 leads an eastbound train out of Barstow as the moon sets in the distance.
BNSF 511 sends a plume of smoke skyward as it pulls the slack out of a cut of cars and begins lugging them east while switching the eastern end of the BNSF Barstow yard.
A Northern Pacific Diner Among an ATSF Gold Mine. Stainless steel fluting on original Santa Fe Railway passenger cars returns again to the rails of the Barstow station, even if only for jus... (more)