Mojave Northern's rare SE32C pulls a loaded coal train along Quarry Road towards the mine.
Mojave Northern's rare SE32C traverses the yard along Route 66 light as it moves into position to pull a coal train up to the mine.
Cemex #2125 departs the Bell mountain quarry in a cloud of dust with CEMEX #2125 doing the honors.
Cemex #2125 leads the westbound Mojave Northern rock train back into Victorville, CA.
NM 419 leads the late morning mine train back towards Victorville just west of the I-15 overpass.
MN 419 leads it's train downgrade in the early afternoon.
Mojave Northern's new Knoxville Locomotive built SE32C leads the afternoon mine train along Quarry Road.
The Mojave Northern Railroad was built in 1914 to connect Victorville, California, to a cement quarry at Bell Mountain. The MNRR was, at the time of this photo, owned by Southwest Portland Cement... (more)
Cemex 2125 leads its train down the steep grades from the mine near Bell Mountain, on a very hot and humid afternoon in the Mojave Desert.
With the town of Mojave in the distance, a southbound UP manifest heads toward West Colton as it passes Fleta on an early Fall morning in the high desert.
Mojave Northern rock train returning to the Victorville cement plant in the early evening.
Tied-down between hoppers old and abused, Southwest Portland Cement’s SD40-2 sits between runs to the clinker mill at Black Mountain.
Working the clinker mill at Black Mountain.
Dropping downgrade towards Victorville approaching I-15 overpass.