A Black Mesa & Lake Powell train rolls west with a coal train in the late afternoon with several E60's and E60C's on the front. This isolated 78 mile railroad is situated in northern Arizona for the purpose of hauling coal from a mine to a power plant.
Driving home from a trip to Seligman last spring, I took the long way home and stopped to take photos of the stormy skies just outside of Bagdad, California. Caught this dash 9 before the skies opened up. Yes, the green shrub is distracting, but taking it out is not allowed here. It was there...
The local out of Victorville heads towards Hesperia at the flyover at Frost, California.
This photo also shows the nearby Mojave Narrows Regional Park that features camping, fishing, and horseback riding besides the ever popular hobby of watching trains.
Meets at Frost can happen at any time due to the high volume of trains on the Cajon Sub. Victorville, CA on the BNSF's Cajon Sub. Union Pacific has rights over the these tracks between Riverside and Daggett.
Out in the middle of no where, there is a siding. It is called Field. I am near Field, looking towards Dunn. There is basically nothing at either siding. It is a great place to collect rocks, tho...
I just may drive to Field and Dunn tomorrow...
B&B red circus train passing through A&C Depot in Parker, AZ. July 8, 2003. Photography by Leanne Hall. Photo shoot for Railamerica.
Category: Circus Trains
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