Full moon over the Transcon. An ES44C4 leads this west bound out of a colorfull sunset sky.
Five stout beasts ply the fiery rails of the BNSF Transcom at sunset. Even the relatively light load of a double stack train keeps these locomotives working hard, as they hit the halfway mark in ... (more)
A brisk drive over a mostly gravel portion of old Route 66 is needed to reach this rather isolated location on the BNSF Transcon, but certainly well worth it. Here we have one of countless stack t... (more)
While storm clouds build along the San Francisco Peaks, Amtrak's Southwest Chief train #4 descends Santa Fe's Seligman Sub in Arizona's Coconino National Forest.
Back when intermodal trains often consisted of trailers, rather than containers
Crossing from main to main and working the grade up the Winona Sag in a colorful north Arizonan landscape.
Four GEs lead a doublestack east on the Transcon.
Early morning at Darling on BNSF's Seligman Sub with the San Francisco Peaks in the background.
Early morning at Darling on BNSF's Seligman Sub.
This was actually a panic shot, we saw the train coming when we drove over the bridge. Turned out to be a wellknown photospot.
Somewhere between Flagstaff and Winona, where bullet-riddled refrigerators are a common sight in nature (luckily not visible in the picture).
A brand new GEVO leads another stack train east into the rapidly rising sun.
A quartet of GEs head east at Darling with a stack train, while a westbound stacker passes on track 1.
Brand new ES44DC 7832 leads a stack train through the dip at Darling.
Four swooosh GEs lead a stacktrain through Winona.