Four of the Arizona Eastern's brightly painted B40-8s slowly lead a varied trackage rights train towards the interchange tracks on the west side of Lordsburg.
The Arizona Eastern's westbound trackage rights train between Lordsburg and Bowie chugs to the summit of the grade at Steins, having made the eastbound trip earlier in the day.
A fast-moving intermodal with some mixed power has just crossed from Arizona into New Mexico as it crests the summit of the climb up to Steins.
A color power lash-up consisting of SP 9765, UP 3243, RG 5398, SP 6773, SF 7493, MKN 9518 (ex Conrail), and two more SP units are setting out and picking up cars in the small yard in Lordsburg, NM... (more)
3 units lead an eastbound MOW train through Lordsburg, NM in the early morning.
A westbound Sunset Route train departs Lordsburg in July 1988.
SP 7949 has the El Paso Tucson manifest stopped at Stein summit waiting for the Blue Streak hot shot to run around on a beautiful December afternoon.
Now owned by Genesee & Wyoming, the G&W acquired 14 ex UP B40-8s for the AZER. AZER B40-8 4006 stands in Lordsburg, NM in fresh orange paint with three sister units.
SP 8547 is west bound out of Lordsburg, after a east bound cleared.
What the...? No worries, this scene happens almost every day the AZER runs into Lordsburg. The pair of motors is running underneath an elevated conveyor belt which is raised above both the rails... (more)
AZER's Bowie Turn has returned from Bowie (AZ) and is switching cars before heading up to Duncan.
AZER's Bowie Turn from Duncan (AZ) had a long today today, seeing the rising sun AND the rising moon.