BNSF GP30 2417 (ex-ATSF 2717, ex-3217, nee-1217) sits in Barstow with a variety of switchers (SW1000s, SW1200s and SW1500s), which are awaiting conversion to Radio Control units.
This intermodal with a new C45ACCTE passes Barstow Station during a sand storm.
Santa Fe SD45-2 5631 leads a westbound through Barstow, California on December 6, 1985.
Three cabooses (25490, 25680 and 25518) are on the rear of a UP westbound as it passes through Barstow in California's Mojave Desert.
Dusk settles over Santa Fe's Barstow Diesel Facility, bringing with it a colorful desert sunset.
BNSF SDF40-2 6976 (ex-ATSF 5266, ex-AMTK SDP40F 644) lays over at Barstow, CA on July 3, 1998. This unit later got painted in Maersk Sealand colors for publicity purposes.
UP E9A 951 brings an eastbound Officer's Special through Barstow, CA on December 11, 1999.
BNSF SD39 6219 (ex-ATSF 1575, nee-4007)
UP 5773 has a westbound manifest freight well in hand as it enters Barstow during the late afternoon.
With a new crew on board for the trip across the Mojave desert, BNSF 635 picks up speed as it passes through Barstow on a spring morning.
Hauling a string of doublestacks as far as the eye can see, BNSF 4312 thunders out of Barstow on a crisp spring morning, headed for points east.
During the late afternoon of April 9, 2005, a westbound loaded UP coal train enters Barstow led by UP 7216.
An eastbound stack train races out of the BNSF Barstow yard
A new C45ACCTE enters Daggett off the Cima Subdivision