Westbound Train in Barstow
Lines of stored units, many still in ATSF paint lie buried in the middle of Barstow Yard waiting their fate
Two big Alligators sit in front of the now-vanished shops on a beautiful fall afternoon in Barstow.
eastbound UP hotshot accelerating out of Barstow, CA
Not often you see a diesel pop off. The shops were torn down when the yard rebuild was done.
Scene at the old Barstow yard area with solid blue units
Only seven C30-7's were painted in merger colors.
Barstow Yard and Mojave Junction from 18,000 feet or so.
A pair of SD40-2's work the yard in Barstow. A unit still in Cascade green is part of another set of yard units.
The once huge fleet of SD-40-2's has now been bumped to yard service as seen here in Barstow Yard.
A lashup of four axle units in three differrent paint schemes makes up a train in Barstow yard. A lone EMD GP60 splices three GE B40-8W units
Eastbound stacks enter Barstow as a westbound heads out of town of the other main.
UP 7719 about to cross the center span in Afton Canyon.