A warbonnet leader pulls a 31 car long key train manifest over the Arizona Divide as it approaches Flagstaff.
A vehicle train with some intermodal cars races down towards Seligman before it'll make the climb up Yampai Hill.
The Belen, NM to Phoenix, AZ manifest slow crawls around the bend at Cosnino before stopping at the crossing to let another train over take it.
The westbound North Bay Z9 races across the Seligman Subdivision as it heads down the grade to Kingman.
An eastbound Union Pacific freight curves through Darling, Arizona, past milepost 329 early the morning of March 9, 2005, on BNSF’s Seligman Subdivision.
East- and westbound trains meet in downtown Flagstaff.
Three elephant-style GEs lead this stack train westward as they charge upgrade out of Seligman.
With NS and UP power tow, a Kansas City, KC to Barstow, CA manifest glides down the grade into Kingman as it rolls through Valentine at last light with a monsoon storm in the background.
Heading Towards the Storm A late season monsoon has formed over Peach Springs while a hot high priority intermodal train races towards it as it goes through Hackberry on its way to Texas.
Three BNSF GEs charge westward along the Seligman Subdivision with a monsoon storm in the background as the conductors waves out the window while going through the crossing at Hackberry.
An ES44C4 rides the point on this westbound stack train exiting Crozier Canyon.
The classic Kingman Canyon shot.
A Los Angeles, CA to Chicago, IL stack train can be heard for 10 minutes before the headlights can be seen as they battle the grade of the Arizona Divide.
Brand new CREX power leads a Watson bound ethanol train just west of Kingman Canyon in the late afternoon.
Another wild BNSF lashup heads west into Kingman Canyon.