"The Local" returns from Castle Hot Springs with a quartet of B40-8Ws.
BNSF and ARZC power wearing prior owner colors swap trains at Castle Hot Springs.
The Cadiz Local swaps trains with the ARZC with a clean B40-8W on the rear.
No longer in warbonnet colors, BNSF 543 sits in the Byhalia siding waiting for a new crew to take it into Tennessee Yard in Memphis, TN.
The Cadiz Local nears the end of its journey as it tears through TROY interlocking east of Newberry Springs. Recent rains provided a rare pool of water. to the left of the right of way.
After interchanging with the Arizona & California Railroad, the Cadiz local returns west to Barstow featuring a unique consist of aging ATSF B40-8W Warbonnets. Original Santa Fe No. 543 is bringin... (more)
Having made their pickup off the Arizona & California, the Cadiz Local returns west through Amboy at sunset behind four B40-8Ws.
The Cadiz Local shows off its full spectrum of power on this lazy curve as it approaches Barstow Yard. Someone art the power desk must've been a buff!
Santa Fe, all the way!!! The holiday-outlawed Cadiz Local is finally making its way back home to Barstow with some nostalgia-inducing power! Just a quick grab off the road before chasing on!
Passing through Minneola BNSF 543 leads it's train that will be dropped in a siding further down the line and the power will return light to Barstow.
BNSF 543 still in Santa Fe red and Silver leads this rainbow of color at Daggett.
With BNSF's recent power shortage, trains are being moved out of the yard and parked in sidings along the Needles Sub, such the case with this eastbound with the normal Cadiz Local power.
Cadiz Local power at Barstow.
With the US Borax mine at Boron visible in the distance, BNSF's Boron Local is nearly done with the day's work, and will soon be heading back out onto the mainline for the return trip to Barstow.