All is quite in the small community of Valentine, AZ, till you hear the rumble of a BNSF train battle up the 1.42 percent grade. For nearly 30 minutes, you can hear the sounds of the locomotives r... (more)
Three pumpkins move a heavy junk train through Nelson Canyon as they descend down from Yampai Summit.
Battling up the 1.5 percent grade, a Los Angeles, CA to Memphis, TN intermodal train with two new ES44C4s begins to enter Crozier Canyon on a pleasant May evening.
As the morning sunlight starts to rise over the plateaus around the Truxton area, a westbound intermodal train starts to get up to speed after waiting for an eastbound to clear. Due to track inspe... (more)
From the tops of Crozier Canyon, you can hear the sounds of dynamic brakes echoing throughout the canyon. Here, three GE motors hustle a Barstow bound manifest through the canyon on warm spring af... (more)
Snaking through Kingman Canyon, a CSX ES44AC and a new BNSF SD70ACe pull a westbound military train for the marine camp in Yermo on an April morning. The crew was very nice, tooting the horn a lot... (more)
With no moon over lighting up the night sky, Amtrak's Southwest Chief travels though the Coconino National Forest after departing Flagstaff, Ariz. on its way to Los Angeles, Calif.
Pair of GE Dash-9s chug over the Arizona Divide as they pull this Phoenix, AZ to Belen, NM manifest through Maine on another beautiful day in Northern Arizona.
An clean 8100 series C4 pulls a loaded ethanol train around the s-curve of Cosnino. Even with a 3x3 locomotive consist, this train was still struggling up the grade; moving at about 15 MPH.
Battling the steep grade, a westbound junk train moves at snail pace through the control point of East Darling as its motors try as hard as they can up the hill.
With the sun setting over the hills of Crozier, BNSF's hot Los Angeles, CA to New York, NY Z9 charges back up to speed after exiting Crozier Canyon as it heads towards the summit of Yampai Hill.
One of CSX's ES44AC's sporting the Boxcar logo hustles a Barstow-bound military train west near Hackberry across one of the many ex-Santa Fe bridges left on the Seligman Subdivision.
A westbound stack train, bound for Pier 400 in LA Harbor, shuffles cross the Northern Arizona country side at Truxton during a magnificent spring evening.
BNSF 9222 leads a hot Z west through Crookton on a sensation April afternoon.
BNSF 783 displays it's classic Warbonnet lines as it climbs east at Hackberry with stacks in tow.