A BNSF Willow Springs-San Bernardino Z train winds its way through Kingman Canyon behind a 4 pack of big BNSF units, including an SD70ACe.
A St. Louis originating stack train coasts through Kingman Canyon behind BNSF ES44DC 7264.
BNSF ET44C4 3992 leads a Clovis, NM bound stack train through downtown Kingman, AZ.
Running in a 3x0x2 locomotive configuration, a massive Long Beach-Joliet land barge climbs through Kingman.
BNSF C44-9W 5213 gingerly guides a loaded coil steel train downhill into Kingman, AZ. The train was destined for Pittsburg, CA.
BNSF C44-9Ws 4841 and 5018 bring up the rear of a heavy loaded steel train, passing through the town of Kingman, AZ.
BNSF's Alliance, TX - Los Angeles, CA Q train drops into Kingman on a fabulous morning.
BNSF ES44C4 4296 leads an automated track geometry train into downtown Kingman on the Seligman Sub.
A pair of BNSF GEVOs hold back a long stack train descending into downtown Kingman on the Seligman Sub.
BNSF's Belen, NM - Barstow, CA manifest begins its descent into Kingman, AZ with a whack of power on the point.
BNSF 3871 leads a westbound manifest through Kingman Canyon with a KCS SD70MAC in the 3rd spot.
Westbound train QCHISBD passes through Kingman Canyon in the late afternoon with CREX 1405 as the rear DPU.
BNSF 8009 leads a westbound HTULBAR into Kingman Canyon, along with one of a kind CP 8876, which is the only ex Olympic unit left that hasn't been repainted.
An eastbound manifest with CREX, KCS and CSX pool power works through Kingman Canyon in the late morning.
East meets west in the heart of Kingman Canyon as an eastbound manifest passing on the higher track meets the BNSF 4214 and its westbound grain train at the iconic bridges here at the western entr... (more)