Just below Pine Lodge in Cajon Pass, the BNSF's annual Southern California Christmas train glides down main track 1 of the Cajon Subdivision on its return trip to San Bernardino.
Passing through the cut near Summit in Cajon Pass, the BNSF's annual Southern California Christmas train will soon come to a stop in order for the crew to swap ends and head back down the pass for... (more)
A brand new ET44C4 engine brings up the rear of the BNSF Railway's Southern California Christmas train as it approaches Swarthout Canyon in Cajon Pass on a cold December morning.
The BNSF Railway's Southern California Christmas train charges east up Cajon Pass on a cold December morning near Blue Cut, this year featuring new ET44C4 engines on both ends of the consist.
An eastbound BNSF manifest freight climbs the stiff grade out of Ludlow toward Ash Hill on a brisk November day along the Needles Subdivision.
Having just crested the top of Ash Hill a few miles back, a westbound priority intermodal train with a Tier 4 GE leading approaches Ludlow on the BNSF Needles Subdivision.
Nearing the end of its cross country trip to the Los Angeles harbor, a westbound container train passes the control signals at Hamilton in Pomona located on the UP Alhambra Subdivision. Less than ... (more)
A pair of EMD Geeps including a nice and clean Helm leasing GP38-2 make up a local power set in El Centro, CA located along the UP Calexico Subdivision.
A breezy and cool November morning along the Needles Subdivision finds an eastbound BNSF empty grain train topping the stiff grade on Ash Hill with a leased Citirail GE on the point.
Running well over 9 hours off of its advertised schedule, train #3 the westbound Southwest Chief puts in a rare daylight appearance out in the desert as it approaches Ludlow with a BNSF unit lendi... (more)
Becoming slightly more desirable as time marches on, a BNSF 4400-series Dash 9 along with two sisters and an ES44DC power an eastbound stack train over Ash Hill located on the BNSF Needles Subdivi... (more)
Recently delivered from General Electric, a new ET44C4 leads a westbound intermodal train through Griffith located a few miles west of Kingman on the BNSF Seligman Subdivision.
Late afternoon along the busy BNSF Seligman Subdivision just west of Kingman finds a westbound stack train passing the control signals at Griffith.
With the Fortuna foothills forming the backdrop, a westbound UP manifest nears Yuma, AZ for a crew change before continuing into California.
Given away by its plated over nose gyralite location, an ex-Rio Grande GP40-2 rests between assignments at the Union Pacific yard in Yuma, AZ.