With nine blue and yellow engines on the point, a westbound Santa Fe freight tackles the Crookton Cutoff on the Seligman Subdivision.
Late evening on Thanksgiving Day finds BNSF 7291 west leading a long stack train out of Seligman as it continues its journey across the Trancson.
Under a breathtaking sky, Santa Fe 4-8-4 3751 and its train speeds east across northern Arizona and passes under one of the Santa Fe's iconic signal bridges as it approaches Seligman on August 31,... (more)
Four F45s and a FP45 guide a westbound intermodal to a crew change stop at Seligman, Arizona, on December 22, 1972.
Morning shot of an oil can snake on the ess curve and cut just east of the Route 66 town of Seligman. Note the UP 6665 in the 2 slot.
Stacker making the climb westbound out of Seligman on the first fall afternoon of 2012.
With the monsoon season nearing its end, A BNSF Z train heads west under stormy skies between Crookton and Seligman, AZ on 9/22/12.
The setting sun leaves a golden glint on a grain empty climbing east out of Seligman,AZ on 9/22/12
A westbound loaded grain shuttle glides down the Arizona Divide at Seligman. Soon, it'll work up another hill to Peach Springs as that will be a night trip, since the sun is setting on a warm Spri... (more)
An eastbound intermodal train was climbing upgrade as a westbound "almost" baretable train was dropping downgrade into Seligman, AZ on Sept. 24, 2004.
A westbound intermodal train climbing up out of Seligman, AZ on Sept. 19, 2004, led by C44-9W No. 4448.
An eastbound manifest negotiates several "whoop-de-doos" (to use the technical term) near Seligman, Arizona as a lone truck heads west toward Peach Springs on the old Route 66.
An eastbound produce train heads through the namesake town for this subdivision on BNSF's busy transcontinental mainline.
the power and some stack cars sit near the Seligman depot after an eastbound derailed and the power shown on a westbound sideswiped the derailed eastbound near West Crookton the previous day. Ther... (more)
Another BNSF Q-train rushes through Seligman under a dramatic sky...