Three P42s lead the eastbound Southwest Chief through a deep cut at Laguna.
An eastbound Southwest Chief passes native dwellings near Laguna.
The very last light of the day shines on these 3 brand new BNSF ES44C4's on their maiden run west at Laguna, NM 4/19/12.
In the early morning light, an eastbound stack train makes it's way through the desert of central New Mexico, bound for Belen and points east.
A single GE ES44DC assists a westbound stack train toward Gallup as seen by this 1/25" pan.
With threatening skies in the background, an eastbound Z train blasts through Laguna in the evening sun.
On the Laguna Indian Reservation and crossing over the Rio San Jose, #4 is on Santa Fe's north track passing over the black iron trestle at 62.7 eastbound.
A manifest works its way west on the BNSF Gallup Subdivision, at sunset.
P32BWH's 511 and 507 are assisted by a GP40 as they speed west with train #3, the Southwest Chief, at MP 66.5 at Laguna, NM on ATSF Gallup Subdivision on August 8, 1992.
An eastbound stack train negotiates an S-curve at Laguna.
Two SD75Ms lead a westbound intermodal train around the outskirts of Laguna, where there once was a lake.