A long and heavy BNSF stack train glide downgrade past the old Crozier station in Valentine AZ
In lower Truxton Canyon a westbound stack train swings around the curve just west of Valentine. Well into its way down the Arizona Divide, the train is entering the desert country of western Ariz... (more)
A long EB Z train curves its way through Crozier Canyon
Eastbound Intermodal train with BNSF 7001 (ES44C4), BNSF 4158 (C44-9W) and BNSF 8076 (ES44C4) up front and BNSF 7817 and BNSF 7618 (both ES44DC) at the rear on a cold December day in Crozier Canyo... (more)
A near new BNSF 4217 leads a westbound at Valentine in the late evening.
Late afternoon near Valentine finds a westbound stack train with EMD power leading.
For Valentines day figured I would post a picture from Valentine, Arizona. It's hard to beat the Santa Fe for their variety of power. 5145 a SD40-2 Leads 5516, a SD45-2B, with an 9551 SF30-C and w... (more)
On Feb. 11, 2018, BNSF 1443 got the honors of leading the Phoenix, AZ to Los Angeles, CA loaded baretable train across the Seligman Subdivision. The iconic cascade green of the Burlington Northern... (more)
Thanksgiving dinner is about to be served as the non-stop parade of BNSF trains roll pass our Crozier Canyon homestead. Here, a westbound double stack train for the ports of Los Angeles meets an e... (more)
NS 9579 waits in the hole in Valentine to swap crew with an eastbound Z train before making a run up the hill. Originally, the train had the BNSF 5610 leading until that unit experience mechanical... (more)
Three GE motors race out of Crozier Canyon, near Valentine, Ariz., with their St. Louis to Los Angeles intermodal train as they pass an eastbound Z train along the BNSF Seligman Subdivision. Th... (more)
BNSF ET44C4 3904 leads an Alliance, TX - Los Angeles, CA stack train out of Crozier Canyon, dropping into Valentine, AZ.
The first rays of sunlight warm the nose of the BNSF 7057 as it, and two other motors, hustle up the 1.2% grade towards Crozier Canyon with a Texas-bound intermodal train this morning.
Operating at every possible bit of the 70mph permissible track speed, BNSF ES44C4 leads a hot Z train west on the Seligman Sub.
BNSF ES44AC 6370 leads a Chicago-San Bernardino stack train into Valentine for a crew change.