BNSF 7694 leads an eastbound manifest through the S-curves approaching Ludlow after passing a westbound intermodal train.
BNSF 2602 shoves back to Oro Grande on the Cajon Sub as it passes by the cement plant at east Victorville. The shove is guarded by a former BN caboose (BN 12533).
BNSF 4597, with a very colorful power consist, approaches Ludlow after zig-zagging its way up the track.
BNSF 5405 makes the turn towards Ludlow as it heads west into the setting sun.
An eastbound BNSF stack train works through the zig-zag turns as the sun glints of the last part of the train.
One young person temps fate by standing as close to the tracks as he dares as an eastbound BNSF freight approaches. Fortunately, nothing happened--this time.
BNSF 4119 just got a signal to proceed after waiting for commuter traffic to clear.
Road power moves about in the yard.
BNSF 8709 leads a manifest train up Cajon Pass as it approaches Summit at MP 56.
NS 2639 brings up the rear of an eastbound BNSF stack train as it passes over the Mojave River at MP 34.1 on the Cajon Sub.
BNSF 4427 heads east as it passes by CP Lugo on the Cajon Sub.
BNSF 4711 leads a westbound intermodal train over the Frost fly-over.
BNSF 4643 leads an eastbound stack train past the Hesperia airport along the Cajon Sub.
BNSF 7705 leads an empty auto train over the Frost fly-over on the Cajon sub.
Detail of AMTK 454's windshield. Pacific Surfliner 784 was hit by a brick somewhere between Anaheim and Santa Ana while on its way to San Diego. The train made a rare move up the Olive Sub to wy... (more)