Amtrak's phase IV heritage unit, AMTK 184, leads the eastbound Southwest Chief as it makes its first station stop at Fullerton on a warm October night.
A NS EMD with a KCS AC4400 pull a baretable train down the Arizona divide as they head for the Port of Los Angeles.
Two GE motors chug out of the sag at Darling on an early morning September day in the Northern Arizona mountain range.
Over 9,500 feet of train slowly battles up the two percent grade of the Arizona divide as the BNSF 7542 and three other locomotives roar with life as they try to move their train over the summit o... (more)
One of the first orders of ES44C4s leads an Los Angeles bound stack train over the summit of the Arizona Divide as the sounds of GE motors struggle up the two percent grade on the first day of fal... (more)
With my 9AM class being cancelled, I headed out trackside to see what was in store for me. While it was a slow morning, for the Seligman Sub standards, I was able to photograph an eastbound Long B... (more)
An eastbound baretable is greeted by the first morning light as two GE motors roar out of the sag at Darling, AZ.
Three GE locomotives are in charge of a Memphis, TN to Richmond, CA stack train as they battle the grade of the Arizona Divide as they knock down the green light at West Flagstaff.
A high priority intermodal train races up the Arizona Divide at track speed as it travels under the moonlight through Flagstaff.
An eastbound intermodal train chugs out of the Darlington Sag as it is greeted by the early morning sunlight on its way to St. Louis, MO.
A westbound stack train charges up the Arizona Divide as it goes over one of the many sags along the Seligman Subdivision.
An ex- ATSF Dash 8 leads a Stockton, CA to Atlanta, GA intermodal train out of Darling as it heads for Winslow where a new crew will take over the journey east.
An eastbound Z train races out of Darling with a pair of dark horse in tow as they notch up and give an extra boost getting out of the sag on a hot, late August morning.
After clearing the red board for track work, an eastbound intermodal train slowly starts to gain speed down Ash Hill at Siberia.
A hot Z9 intermodal train bound for New York has no problem with the climb up towards Walapai as it roars through Kingman Canyon on a comfortable August evening.