Working up the slight grade east of Valentine, 4 units lead this eastbound freight towards Crozier Canyon.
Just east of Valentine, a westbound freight exits Crozier Canyon. Historic Route 66 is seen on the far left and was a great way to see the American southwest on my first trip there.
BNSF ES44DC 7408 is seen leading a westbound Z train at Valentine, Az. Of note is CN 2158 in the consist former BNSF/ATSF 846 back on hire to BNSF! - 09/03/2014
BNSF C44-9W 5296 is seen leading a westbound Z train at Valentine, Az - 08/03/2014
BNSF C44-9W 4791 is seen leading a westbound Z train at East Valentine, Az - 09/03/2014
BNSF ES44C4 7122 is seen leading an eastbound stack train near Valentine, Az - 10/03/2014
A new looking BNSF ES44C4 8029 is seen leading a westbound Z train out of Crozier Canyon at Valentine, Az - 08/03/2014
A westbound BNSF manifest with a nice mix of power was descending through Crozier Canyon in AZ.
Racing west in the early afternoon near Valentine on BNSF's busy transcon, new 7193 leads this LA bound stack train.
Brand new 8065 brings up the rear of this eastbound at Valentine in the late evening.
2 NS units lead this westbound BNSF intermodal through Valentine in the late afternoon.
BNSF 6368 leads a colorful westbound Z near Valentine on the Seligman Sub.
Pulling the grade East of Kingman, AZ, BNSF 7315 passes Milepost 484 near Valentine, AZ on a warm summer afternoon.
An eastbound stack train is on the big curve leading to the west end of Crozier Canyon. In the background, Laughing Jack Butte looks down on the scene.
Eastbound BNSF stack train entering west end of Crozier Canyon a few miles east of Valentine, AZ