Running up the opposite main track, BNSF 6516 leads a hot Z- train up the snow covered western slope of the Arizona Divide as it over takes a slower moving double stack train from the Ports of Lon... (more)
The vertical curve at Maine is clearly evident as an eastbound stack train approaches the grade crossing. In another 12 miles the train will end its long climb from Needles, California (elevation... (more)
As the sun sets over the Arizona Divide on a cool October evening, BNSF ES44C4 #6842 leads a westbound autorack through the signals at Maine, AZ.
Santa Fe FP45 97 with a Burlington Northern visitor, leads a stack train through Maine, Arizona. A snow storm hit the Flagstaff area the night before.
After a delay due to heavy freight traffic, BNSF 9619 and the H-SIOBAR1-12A climb through Maine, AZ on the Seligman Subdivision.
Where's the Rest of Your Train?! Four GE engines reverse back up track 1 to the rest of their train after picking up a bad ordered car from the siding at Maine. The process took longer than... (more)
ATSF 115 pounds the frog as it brings a westbound intermodal through Maine in the late afternoon. A lot of line side character has been lost to the removal of older signal systems and the code lin... (more)
The second snowfall of 2016 begins to take full effect along the Arizona Divide. Yet, the heavy snow does nothing from slowing down this busy rail line. Two orange GE's blast through the fresh pow... (more)
Early in the morning on the Arizona Plateau, an eastbound BNSF stack train climbs the steep vertical curve at Maine.
Running over sixteen hour late, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief, train #3, makes a daylight appearance through the northern Arizona region on the first day of May 2017. The delay was due to a n... (more)
A 2x2 double stack train from the Port of Long Beach battles the western grade of the Arizona Divide as crests the hump at Maine.
BNSF 7697, a H2 ES44DC GEVO, races down the Arizona Divide along the BNSF Seligman Subdivision during the fourth day of contentious snowfall with its high priority LTL cargo for San Bernardino, CA... (more)
With a foot of fresh, powdery snow on the ground from a strong overnight storm, an intermodal train makes its way through Maine in below freezing temperatures.
The snow covered San Francisco Peaks tower over the landscape as a BNSF Q train, bound for Los Angeles, makes its way down the western slope of the Arizona Divide.