This is a replacement illustration, first one was far too dark. Led by SD40-2 No. BNSF8060 a lash of Nos. BNSF6878, BN3188, BN3142, BN3153, BN3123, BN3187 head towards the Narrows from Frost, California with an eastbound manifest on 25 April 2003. 17.00Hrs.
Not many times can one catch two trains heading westbound on different tracks at the same time. This view just came into the viewfinder at Frost on 25 April 2003. On the left is a westbound manifest powered by BNSF4413, BNSF4596, BNSF6450, while on the right the Victorville local is seen heading...
UP4945 working on hours pay off for the BNSF, leads a westbound stack train (with units BNSF7288 and BNSF6946) towards Frost from the Narrows near Victorville, California. On the right is the Victorville local, formed with SF2577, BNSF3151 and SF2402 awaiting a line up for the industry spur at...
GM built SD40-2 No. BNSF7857 leads cabless GP60B No. 345 over the natural cross-over at Frost near Victorville, California. The train is transfering empty container wagons back to the Port of Long Beach for further shipments of containers towards the east. 25 April, 2003. 09.51Hrs.
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.
Santa Fe 812, west, just coming out of the Narrows at Frost on the Cajon Subdivision near Victorville, California.
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