The BNSF 4732 (GE Dash 9-44CW) leads a northbound block of grain loads on March 11 toward a feed mill in the San Joaquin Valley. This day will prove to be sunny after several days of early March blustery weather.
The UP 8314(EMD SD70ACe) and another unit are hustling a block of cement hoppers from the yard at Mojave to the cement plant at Monolith, California on March 10. The crew will be pleased today that they can set out these empties, pick up their loads and be on there way back to Mojave in less...
On March 10 this northbound BNSF mixed manifest lead by the BNSF 5479 (GE Dash 9-44CW) split the searchlights at Monolith, California. The once common searchlight signal is slowly being replaced by more modern configurations.
shot at 7:40pm on June 21 2003 (longest day in the year) with 420 mm (300mm+teleconverter x1.4) and Provia 400ISO. Inspired by a Steve Schmollinger photo posted on his web site
Category: Western United States
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