Actually even though this is intermodal country we did see a fair number of manifest freght out here. An empty coal train can be seen on the eastbound track.
Two BNSF trains meeting in Kingman Canyon with domestics heading east and international containers heading west.
Intermodal trains pass at Valentine on a beautiful warm evening.
Another "Z" train in the westbound parade rumbles through Kingman Canyon.
What appears to a set of brand new C4's roll an international container train westward through Kingman Canyon.
A BNSF International Container train winds through Kingman Box Canyon heading eastbound.
Kingman at sundown... a BNSF Z tran hustles westward through the scenic Kingman Canyon.
FEC 101 rushes through a lucky spell of sunshine on a cool and clouding up day in northeast Florida. Today's 101 had about 9,700 ft and three big champs.
11,000 ft rolls through the wildlands west of Palm Coast on a nice afternoon.
FEC 226 winds it's way through St. Augustine on a cool breezy morning. The Crowely containers usually on 224 but the elephant lashup of the motors tells us it's 226.
FEC 101 rounds the curve out of Bunnell with three big champs in charge of about 2 miles of train.
A classic shot of FEC 101 in Bunnell as the sun is starting to allow such views again. A short train today maybe 5K ft.
FEC 905 sporting one of the new Retro Blues slows to work an industry at Colfax.
FEC 101 crests the "hill" at Colfax, heading for Miami on a cool breezy day.
The FEC maintains their railway exceptionally well. The annual visit of the Loram railgrind backs up that claim.