A Sante Fe GP35 leads a westbound local over the flyover at Frost.
A "cool snake" at Frost.
The flyover at Frost. Flying fast, and flying low.
The car near the bottom of the photo is actually someone's home. Must be a tough life living out of a car. Don't think he was a railfan. But, I could be mistaken.
Look at that beautiful scenery, and there's a train too!
Twenty-nine coil steel cars are hustled out of the Mojave Narrows as this westbound begins the seventeen mile climb toward Summit.
Early morning light finds this eastbound making good time towards Barstow. The long shadows this time of year make for some great photography in the lower narrows.
A BNSF westbound freight, with ES44DC 7768 on the point of a colorful and diverse consist, traverses the natural crossover at Frost (Victorville), California. Ahead lies Cajon Pass, and left-hand... (more)
A nice Fall day as a UP manifest train makes it's way west.
A westbound BNSF train, led by NS 9641, BNSF 5087 and BNSF 657, crosses over the eastbound mainline at the natural crossover at Frost.
A westbound BNSF train crosses over an eastbound (BNSF 5088) at the natural crossover at Frost. The power is BNSF 5508, NS 8316 and NS 8950.
A quartet of BNSF GEs head east with a Los Angeles to Kansas City double-stack train.
An autorack train heads west behind UP 4423 and 9668 as it crosses the other mainline at the natural crossover at Frost, just west of Victorville. It was about 108 degrees; "Frost" just shows the... (more)
An autorack train heads west behind 2482, 2209, 3167, 7888, 4961, 3893, 3287, 6155 and 2513.