The Transcon has been part of BNSF for over a year. You might think otherwise if you were trackside, watching an eastbound manifest near Kingman.
Eastbound BNSF stacks are climbing the second main in Kingman Canyon beneath Hualapai Mountain.
BNSF SD75I 8280 with three SD40-2s leads an eastbound double stack train out of Kingman Canyon, May 09, 1998.
Snaking it's way through Kingman Canyon on a hot afternoon, BNSF 8000 leads a westbound Q train out of the rocky canyon and toward its next crew change point of Needles.
Westbound double stacks drift through Kingman Canyon on BNSF's Seligman Subdivision.
The DPUs of an eastbound train pass through Kingman Canyon in late afternoon light.
BNSF 6806 leads an eastbound train through Kingman Canyon.
BNSF 7124 leads a westbound train through Kingman Canyon with the tail end of an eastbound train on the upper track.
BNSF 4603 leads an eastbound train across an old Santa Fe bridge in Kingman Canyon just as the last bit of sun light paint the power consist.
BNSF 6510 & 4359 lead eastbound auto racks.
BNSF 7896, 5528, 6682, & 7637 lead a westbound intermodal train.
BNSF 4981, CP 8895, BNSF 4785, & NS 8150 power a westbound stack train.
An H1 Dash 9 leads a westbound manifest through scenic Kingman Canyon.