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)
With a "Track Rider" ahead occupying the block between East Darling and West Canyon Diablo, BNSF 7957E cools its heels as a massive 16,000', 273 platform S LPCLBT1 16 passes westbound.
BNSF's Barstow, CA - Lubbock, TX manifest speeds through the sag at West Darling on BNSF's Seligman Sub.
In the late afternoon sunlight, BNSF 4294 leads an Oakland, CA to Lubbock, TX Officer Special along the countryside near Darling, AZ.
It's hard to believe that the scenery can change from trees and green, to desert and brown in the span of one control point. This quick change can be seen on the BNSF Seligman Subdivision out in D... (more)
After a few slow hours due to Amtrak running late, BNSF ES44C4 #6883 leads the first eastbound intermodal of the day. Here, the train snakes through the west control point at Darling, AZ in the mi... (more)
In the early morning sunlight, a tardy Amtrak 4 races west through the desert in Darling, AZ.
BNSF 9619 starts to pick up speed as it races west along the dirt road in Darling, AZ.
BNSF’s H-SIOBAR1-12A rolls west through the desert in Darling, AZ with SD70MAC #9619 on point.
On the morning of August 26 I had a shot in mind, so I set up at a frequently visited spot for the glint. Like a few weeks prior had a few trains backed up. The auto train had been sitting there ... (more)
On a quick trip up North we headed straight for the "Darling overlook". There were quite a few trains in the area and we never really figured out what was going on but it sure made for ... (more)