As the sun gets ready to dip behind the mountains, five GE's lead a stack train east as it crosses over a dried up river bed in Kingman Canyon.
A trio of H2's lead a westbound stack train through Kingman Canyon on a beautiful evening in Arizona.
BNSF pig trains pass each other in Kingman Canyon
A partly cloudy night sky is the perfect scenery for this meeting of two BNSF intermodal trains.
Eastbound manifest snakes its way along the side of the canyon. Is it too early to say I'm glad to see an H2 BNSF engine leading?
My first trip to Kingman Canyon gave me some beautiful views. Same orange engines as Kansas, but completely different scenery.
Brand new BNSF ES44C4s 8058 and 8059 are seen leading a double stack west in Kingman Canyon, Arizona (8060 and 8063 were on the rear as DPU) - 09/03/2014
A long westbound stack train curves downgrade through Kingman Canyon, one of the most scenic areas on the BNSF Transcon route through Arizona. The eastbound track, with its easier grade, is on th... (more)
A brand new GE in warbonnet paint looked terrific, as exhibited here on a westbound through Kingman Canyon in 1995. Alas, the end was in sight, however, because BNSF, the holding company, was on t... (more)
A train of empty well-cars snakes downgrade through the confines of Kingman Canyon as a loaded train heads east on the other track.
Three big red & silver Dash 8s lead a westbound through Kingman Canyon early in the morning.
An eastbound BNSF freight heads through Kingman Canyon west of Kingman, Arizona, on April 2, 2010. Along the ridge to the right is the eastbound (predominately) main line, while skirting the mount... (more)
BNSF 7515 pulls a high-priority intermodal train eastbound making his assent into Kingman, AZ.
BNSF 7267 crosses the original Santa Fe trestle in Kingman Canyon making its assent from Needles, CA to Flagstaff, AZ.
BNSF 7066 Hustles a Stack train westbound into the setting sun as it crosses one of the wash bridges in Kingman Canyon, bringing this day to a sweet finish.