The passenger station in Kingman, AZ is beautifully restored station which sees no passenger trains anymore, but has 2 neat gates complete with Santa Fe logo.
BNSF 7603 and 2 other ES44DC's leading a double stack train through Kingman Canyon near Kingman, AZ. Note the heat distortion coming from the dynamic brake grids of these 3 units. The railroad qui... (more)
BNSF 5449 leading a double stack train through Kingman Canyon near Kingman, AZ with 3 other dash 9's, the second unit is an NS CW40-9 which is a long way from home.
BNSF Dash 9 5276 leading 2 warbonnets and a H1 Dash 9 lead a mixed freight across a wash on the "East main" in Kingman Canyon while a double stack train lead by four ES44DC's head towards Los Ange... (more)
GP60M's ATSF 141 and BNSF 102 and 126 sit in the yard in Kingman, AZ while a loaded Westbound stack train creeps up behind it on the mainline
BNSF ES44DC 7382 leads a double stack train through Kingman Canyon just West of Kingman, AZ
BNSF ES44DC 7233 leads a double stack train through Kingman Canyon just West of Kingman, AZ
An eastbound Q train rolls across 4th Street in Kingman, AZ past the Mohave County Courthouse and along Route 66.
Merry Christmas everyone! Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway #3759 rests in Kingman, AZ at a place dubbed Locomotive Park dressed in lights celebrating the Holiday after retiring with o... (more)
BNSF 996 leads a westbound stack train as it nears Kingman.
A westbound manifest rolls down Kingman canyon on its way to California.
The exterior restoration of the Kingman depot is almost complete as workers apply the finishing touches to the window frames. Three AT&SF veterans pass by with the local on this glorious November... (more)