Early morning at Darling, AZ.
Amtrak Train #4 , the SUPER CHIEF, rounds the reverse curves at Darling, Arizona, on April 16, 1972. Six F-units power the fast moving train. Darling is a crossover location about 13 miles east of... (more)
Santa Fe train #24 rounds the curves at Darling, Arizona, just west of Flagstaff. (On highway maps, this location is Winona.) Power for the five-car train is GE U30CG 402, one of six on the roster... (more)
BNSF 7395 races through Darling with a stack train in tow.
Santa Fe EMD F45 No. 5986 guides a freight through the swooping curve at Darling, Arizona, on September 15, 1992.
This Los Angeles, CA to Atlanta, GA Z train rounds the curve just east of the Cosnino Rd crossing between Flagstaff and Darling on BNSF's scenic line through northern Arizona.
This warbonnet led empty ethanol train rolls through the sag at Darling on its eastward journey to Garden City, KS.
This westbound Chicago to Los Angeles Q train crawls its way up the east side of the Arizona Divide and into the setting sun.
Storming through Darling: Santa Fe SD45 No. 5391 leads a large locomotive consist through the curve at Darling, Arizona, on the morning of April 19, 1990.
As the sun sets over the Arizona Divide, aging but clean Santa Fe Dash 9 No. 603 leads a westbound BNSF stack train at Darling, AZ--aka "Winona".
Santa Fe 904 West roars through a curve west of Darling as the mountain where ATSF quarried all its ballast looms in the distance.
A Union Pacific detour off of the Sunset Route, heads eastbound on the BNSF Transcon at Darling, Arizona. An SD70M leads the train.
More containers and trailers hustle east down the Arizona Divide passing through Darling on the Seligman Sub.
The sun has just risen as 2 BNSF westbound stack trains climb towards the Arizona Divide near Darling, AZ 4/16/11
Amtrak’s Southwest Chief flies through Darling, Arizona, after crossing over in front of an eastbound Santa Fe freight at the Darling crossovers on April 19, 1990. Soon, once Amtrak gets past anot... (more)