Santa Fe 8112 East fights a stiff grade as it marches through the confines of Crozier Canyon.
A Santa Fe eastbound exits Crozier Canyon with "capped" SD26s headed for Guilford in its consist.
Two fast-moving BNSF trains converge on the railroad’s double-track transcon in Crozier Canyon, Ariz. The BNSF is only in its first year of existence, but the motive power is all Santa Fe.
an eastbound manifest train pops out of the early morning shadows in the middle of Crozier Canyon located between Valentine and Truxton, AZ on BNSF's Seligman Sub.
The howling wind cannot damper the sound of three Dash 9's in the eighth notch battling towards Crozier Canyon.. Although, what could damper the sound of the GE's, would be the yelping from me if ... (more)
This is a eastbound stacker going through Crozier Canyon.
This is a westbound stacker going through Crozier Canyon.
This is a westbound "Z" train, exiting Crozier Canyon, along BNSF's transcontinental route through northern Arizona. Only a single main track was open due to trackwork, about 20 miles west of this... (more)
This is an eastbound "Z" train, heading into Crozier Canyon, along BNSF's transcontinental route through northern Arizona.
Westbound stacker, passing an eastbound intermodal train in Crozier Canyon. Canon 40D, Sigma DC 17mm-70mm
The sun has finally ascended far enough above the rim to illuminate this westbound BNSF Z train in the depths of Crozier Canyon.
A westbound BNSF stack train enters the western end of Crozier Canyon. In the distance, at top left, is the Hualapai reservation, and the town of Peach Springs.
The American Orient Express ( AOE ) surprises the photographer as it rolls east into Crozier Canyon, AZ on the BNSF transcon enroute to interchange to the Grand Canyon Railway.
A Z train snakes east through Crozier Canyon on the BNSF Transcon.
BNSF GP60 #8707 making it's way through the curves of Crozier Canyon eastbound. Nikon D100 18-70mm.