A westbound intermodal awaits clearance to enter Winslow Yard with a storm brewing to the north.
Mainly a lumber train and some tank cars climbing out of the sag just west of the Winslow yard. Winslow is crew change point. I-40 is in the background.
The setting sun starts to produce the spectacle of glint lighting as the three lead motors pour out a plum of smoke during the notching up of the throttle to get out of Winslow.
A short, but hot, North Bay Z train races out of Winslow, AZ with a fresh crew that is prepared to for an all night trip across the Seligman Subdivision to Needles, CA.
A colorful lash-up pulls the daily Belen, NM to Barstow, CA manifest train out of Winslow, with a fresh crew on-board, for a night run across the Seligman Subdivision.
As the shadows grow long a westbound mixed intermodal catches the last sunlight as the train departs Winslow with a new crew.
The sun is slowly moving closer to dipping below the horizon as a BNSF manifest train begins its journey over the Arizona Divide. Squinting into the sun, the crew of this BELPHX manifest train pre... (more)
At dawn people are gathering to watch trains on the back lawn of the La Posada Hotel in Winslow. The La Posada is an old Harvey House hotel that was a Santa Fe office building for while before bei... (more)
It was hard to believe, but it wouldn't be long after this photo was taken that the Burlington Northern would acquire the iconic Santa Fe Railroad. Just thankful I was able to get some photo's bef... (more)
After leaving Winslow, a Santa Fe-painted EMD GP60 No. 196 and two other veteran GPs lead a local freight to the Apache interchange at Holbrook.
Los Angeles-Pearland stacks pull into Winslow for a crew change. The next train in line can be seen cresting the horizon.
BNSF ES44C4 6325 pulls into Winslow, AZ for a crew change after a long run across the Selgiman Sub from Needles, CA.
A pair of matching BNSF C44-9Ws shove the Q CHILAC away from Winslow.
The sun begins to rise over Winslow, AZ as yet another stack train departs the crew change terminal.
Willow Springs-North Bay trailers scream west on the Seligman Sub.