Skirting along the rugged landscape of the Mojave Desert, a BNSF Z train for Barstow catches the last 60 seconds of light at Ludlow on its way to Los Angeles from the Midwest.
BNSF 7922 and four other GE's lead an eastbound intermodal train through the Mojave desert near Ludlow, CA.
Just a few moments after a calamitous camera drop (which was caused by the excitement of chasing an 'ACe leader' and resulted in a broken lens) a high priority intermodal with an interesting power... (more)
The Mojave Super Bloom 2017 -An eastbound stack train out of the Port of Los Angeles rounds the turn at Ludlow during the Spring super bloom after an extraordinarily wet Winter.
Four Heritage II GEs lead a westbound intermodal train.
An eastbound stack train passes a westbound stack train at Pisgah, CA on a warm February afternoon.
BNSF 7271 & 5454 power an eastbound auto rack train near Ludlow, CA.
On the first weekend of summer 1988, a Santa Fe intermodal train climbs Ash Hill near Klondike siding.
BNSF 7331, 5825, NS 9282, & CREX 1201 lead an eastbound manifest near Ludlow.
BNSF 4879, 4221, & 4213 lead a westbound stack train through the Mojave near Ludlow, CA.
BNSF 4227 leads an eastbound stack train between Ash Hill & Siberia.
Five GE's lead an eastbound intermodal train across the Mojave desert near Ludlow, CA.
BNSF 7904 leads a westbound intermodal train through Ludlow.
A Pair of Elephants Walking Backwards - A pair of GE's from the Barstow Power Pool push the rear of a westbound stack train along Interstate 40 towards Barstow California.
East Ash Hill - A westbound double stack and pig train assaults the east side of Ash Hill in route to Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach.