Ridin’ to a switch The conductor of Copper Basin Railway OT-1 rides the steps of GP39 No. 505 to a switch while running around their ore train at the ASARCO dumper in Hayden, Arizona, o... (more)
CBRY 402 has quite the light package on it.
The loaded copper ore train has reached it's destination and has started the dumping process.
The unit train eases down the hill from the Smelter to the yard.
Copper Basin Railways OT-1 job has just finished at the dumper and begins another trip to the mines.
Jeremy Holyoak and Garrett Pitner from the mechanical department of the Copper Basin Railway work on EMD GP39-2 No. 502 at Hayden, Arizona, on April 20, 2017. This former Kennecott Copper locomoti... (more)
Copper Basin Railway (CBRY) Copper Ore Train OT1 heads back to Ray Junction for another 48 loads of Copper Ore. They are seen here passing through Hayden, AZ.
Empty ore train snakes its way out of the dumper heading back west to get a second train of loads. This process has immaculate timing and you can set a clock to it.
Empty ore shuttle has left Hayden Dumper heading back to Ray Mine for more loads.
OT-1 makes its second "nocturnal" dump in Hayden....it's summer and daylight appears by 0500, making this one of the earliest daylight photos I've ever posted, just a few clicks after 06... (more)
Copper Basin Railway (CBRY) Copper Ore Train OT1 has just finished dumping their Train at the Hayden Smelter, they are seen here heading back to Ray Mine for another 48 loads of Copper Ore at Kelv... (more)
After dumping their train in Hayden, OT-1 heads North to Ray Mine for loading then return for dumping.
An unexpected work train is seen here passing through Hayden Northbound to the Ray Mine in Kelvin, Az.
CBRY OT-1 heads north to the Copper Ore Mine for loading in Kelvin, Az.
Copper Basin Railway (CBRY) Copper Ore Train OT1 heads back to Ray Junction for another load. They are seen here passing through Hayden, AZ.