Just minutes before the sun fell below the horizon, a BNSF stack glows in the ever so orange sunmer sunset light. This is a slightly more zoomed in photo from my previous upload, with the train a ... (more)
Just minutes before the sun fell below the horizon, a BNSF stack glows in the ever so orange sunmer sunset light. To the right is the small ranch with an old shed and an older style truck.
A uncommon leader for the heavy stack train as it rolls through one of many sags on the BNSF Seligman Sub
A nice little suckerhole to light up a dark scene. With storm clouds forming at an incredible rate, this was basically the last bit of sunshine left until sunset on this stormy day.
The perfect balance of sunlight and dark monsoon storm clouds.
In the warm afternoon sunlight, BNSF 659 (a Santa Fe Warbonnet) leads the Barstow, CA to Kansas City, MO manifest over the Santa Fe Railway bridge on Route 66 in Williams, AZ on May 7th, 2018.
A westbound harbor stack train, with two KCS motors on it, rumbles through the Coconino Forest of Williams, as it climbs over Supai Summit.
116, D8-40B, GP60 and D8-40BW head an eastbound TOFC.
Moonlight over Cataract Creek. Both of the Grand Canyon's active steam engines pose on the wooden trestle at Cataract Creek, just outside Williams, AZ on a chilly February evening. Moonlig... (more)
The western Arizona sky glows bright as the sun dips behind the horizon as GCRY 4960 shoves its train back into the yard in preparation for tomorrow's train.
After a long winter's nap, GCRY 4960 is back in action as it leads the northbound Williams Flyer out of Williams, AZ for the first time in 2018.
In the late morning sunlight, BNSF 3936 snakes through the canyons just west of Williams, AZ leading an eastbound oil train on February 17th, 2018.
GCRX 4960 nears the end of its run for steam Saturday. The engineer made their presence known as they blasted past the Espee Rd crossing.
A steam show at sunset...in reverse!? After running around the wye at Williams, AZ, GCRY 4960 backs the entire train into the Williams Yard before returning to the locomotive shops for the night.
After fighting over the Arizona Divide, 7,335' above sea level, these four GE races out of the sag at Supai Summit with their Willow Springs, IL to Phoenix, AZ UPS train before crossing over at Wi... (more)