After waiting for an eastbound officer special to pass, BNSF 4579 leads the San Bernardino, CA to Atlanta, GA Z Train east through Bellemont, AZ on January 31st, 2018.
The hottest train on the entire BNSF system, the Willow Springs, IL to North Bay, CA Z9 (formally the 199), waste no time doing 70 MPH and kicking snow as it rockets through the control point of B... (more)
After being held in Flagstaff for an hour due to other train traffic, BNSF 744 races west through the s-curve at Bellemont, AZ leading a westbound oil train.
As the sun sets in the west, BNSF 7022 races west leading the Clovis, NM to Phoenix, AZ autoracks through the signals at Bellmont, AZ on January 27th, 2018.
Northern Arizona was hit with a winter storm on Saturday, Jan. 20th, that dropped four inches around the Arizona Divide. Here, a pair of GE motors race through the s-curve of Bellemont as they hau... (more)
A BN Leader. An ex BN SD60M provides a break from the ubiquitous BNSF GE units. The long eastbound stack train has passed the iconic water tank at Bellemont and is starting the uphill cl... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
The Willow Springs, IL to Phoenix, AZ Z-train has start to descend down from the 7,335' Arizona Divide during a January snow storm. Four the last four days, the Arizona Divide has seen over two fe... (more)
Snow begins to fall again during he first snow storm of the season along the Arizona Divide as a heavy Kansas City, KS to Barstow, CA manifest begins to descend down the divide.
BNSF's Christmas train kicks up fresh powder at Bellemont on the western slope of the Arizona Divide on its eastward journey to Topeka, KS.
An Houston-bound stack train thunders across the BNSF Transcon as it travels between Bellemont and Flagstaff, Arizona. The surrounding pine forest makes for a unique southwestern look.
The snow from an early March storm has started to melt away as a westbound Z7 charges through Bellemont.
With the setting sun shinning only a few more minutes of light left, an eastbound Z-train races across the Arizona Divide at Bellemont.
An eastbound Santa Fe piggyback train cruises through Bellemont, Arizona, on July 8, 1986 with six cabooses on the rear.
Four Dash 9-44CW lead this heavy high priority manifest to the summit of the Arizona Divide as it passes by an old water tower at Bellemont.