For the last four years here at NAU I have wanted one particular shot; a late Amtrak coming out of the sag at Darling in morning light. I have been here to photographed Amtrak number of times, but... (more)
With the San Francisco Peaks looming the background, the morning light illuminates the nose of the BNSF 4247 as it pulls its LA to New York UPS train through Darling, AZ.
An eastbound military train chugs out of the sag at Darling as the crew is on their last leg of their 290 mile crew route.
A late, January sunrise over the Colorado Plateau creates magnificent colors in the sky as a heavy BNSF New York to Los Angeles intermodal train climbs the grade east of Flagstaff, Ariz. with the ... (more)
Six BNSF GEs leave Flagstaff and the San Francisco Peaks on their rear view as they race out of the Sag at Darling.
Only a few minutes after sunrise, BNSF 6747 leads a westbound manifest through the sag at West Darling on February 1st, 2018.
The Hopi Buttes provide the backdrop during a chilly, January sunrises along the Colorado Plateau as a hot shot Z-train powers up the grade between Darling and Angell. Four GE motors have no probl... (more)
A pair of former ATSF Superfleet motors on the Flagstaff local charge out of Darling on their way back to Purina with a string of tank cars that were picked up at Darling.
Early morning action!
Multiple trains pile up at East Darling with the dispatcher prioritizing the hotter Z's. Here, a Q train slows for the next signals at West Darling to let multiple Z train... (more)
"Early Bird gets the Glint?"
Literally seconds after the sun fully came above the horizon, a BNSF Z train glows in the first rays of light. The sun shining through the vast open range... (more)
As the sun continues to rise on Halloween morning, BNSF 4461 leads the V SBDCSX4 30A past the rear DPU of the S OMASCO3 27A at West Darling.
As the sunlight climbs over the clouds, BNSF 8278 leads an eastbound baretable through the sag at the west end of Darling, AZ on Halloween morning.
BNSF C44-9W 4412 brings up the rear of a Q CHISBD at East Darling.
BNSF C44-9W 4985 leads a short 51 car Barstow-Kansas City manifest east at West Darling on BNSF's Seligman Sub.
Shoving hard on the tailend of an absolute mammoth Long Beach stack train are BNSF ES44C4s 7932 and 6587. These were only 2 out of the 10 units helping this 15,750', 273 platform long monster over... (more)