A morning eastbound make it's way through Kingman Canyon.
A westbound double stack train, led by a 4600 series Dash-9, makes its way across a wash bridge in Kingman Canyon on a mid-March evening.
The Transcon has been part of BNSF for over a year. You might think otherwise if you were trackside, watching an eastbound manifest near Kingman.
Eastbound BNSF stacks are climbing the second main in Kingman Canyon beneath Hualapai Mountain.
BNSF 4283 along with 2 NS units lead an eastbound grain empty through Kingman Canyon.
A westbound Vehicle train bound for Richmond, Ca enters Kingman Canyon in the late afternoon.
BNSF 3768 leads a westbound stack train through Kingman Canyon in the early morning.
In the twilight of its career, a Santa Fe caboose zips along the Transcon.
I can't tell you how many times I've been bitten by a cloud, so it was nice to see the sun for a change, especially late in the day. ATSF 540 leads a train south of Kingman, AZ in May of 1994.
BNSF SD75I 8280 with three SD40-2s leads an eastbound double stack train out of Kingman Canyon, May 09, 1998.
NS power leads this westbound QNYCLAC east of town near the Kingman Airport.
BNSF 5433 west exits Slaughter House Canyon as it passes through Kingman in the late afternoon.
Late afternoon finds a westbound Q train passing through Downtown Kingman.
Mid-afternoon finds a BNSF westbound passing through Kingman Canyon with 5238 leading.