BNSF 6933 leads an eastbound intermodal train west of Kingman, Arizona
One of the beautiful things about the Santa Fe. Was some of the rare units you could find leading a trains. Here is a GP20U leading a Flagstaff local in 1996.
Santa Fe 5025, which has the long or commonly called "snoot" nose, pays a visit to the Phoenix diesel service. Photo taken with permission.
SD40-2r 7370, a B30-7 and a B39-8 lead a westbound past the salt flats at Cochise, Arizona.
Power for Copper Basin Railway’s Smelter Job moves out of the yard as seen from the cab of CBRY EMD GP39 No. 505 on ore train OT-1 that is ready to depart Hayden, Arizona, on April 20, 2017. Locom... (more)
Copper Basin Railway locomotive mechanic Owen Boehm inspects the trucks of CBRY EMD GP39-2 No. 502 in the shop at Hayden, Arizona, on April 20, 2017. This former Kennecott Copper locomotive is hav... (more)
UP GP50 983 and SP SD40T-2 8514 head west on Southern Pacific's Sunset Route.
An eastbound waits in Olga siding as the first of four westbounds it will cross here approaches.
Santa Fe SD45 5326 leads Dash 8-40B 7440, BN C30-7 5556 and SDF40-2 5263
on an eastbound climbing through Kingman Canyon.
116, D8-40B, GP60 and D8-40BW head an eastbound TOFC.
Sporting the Kodachrome paint scheme, SP 6356 sits in the Phoenix yard on another hot July day.
View from the Tucson Yard Tower as Cotton Belt 9700 waits for a crew.
Brand new SP 7100 has stopped for a crew change in the Tucson yard. The SP 7100 was rebuilt by Morrison- Knudsen, and is on its first run to the west coast.
28 years ago today, SP 8266 leads six other EMD locomotives west up the steep grade near Chamiso Siding. Interesting to note that all seven locomotives are facing the same direction.
Ah, the goo... (more)
Santa Fe 8011 East makes its way upgrade between Seligman and Crookton as it climbs the west side of the Arizona Divide.