As a westbound stack train departs, another westbound stack train arrives Winslow, AZ as the sun rises on 10/15/11
I came all the way out here for light engines? What a Jip! First train I see a light come over the crest from the Winslow Overpass and I'm ready to shoot some 10,000 foot long stack train,... (more)
As the head end of a westbound unit coil train leaves Winslow with a fresh crew, an old crew on the BNSF 5355 crawls up to the red light a west Winslow to left the coil train clear the switch.
What a slow day. Only 4 trains all afternoon and nothing between 2PM and 5 (which is sunset). So seeing this Long Beach to Clovis stack train climbs over the crest was like the light at the end of... (more)
GP60M's 106 and 120 dressed in Warbonnet Red colors are assigned Winslow, AZ yard duties. They are on the ready track waiting for their next assignment.
Standing on a bridge in Winslow, Arizona as the intense southwestern sun rises, action is likewise intense along the Transcon this morning as a manifest gets out of town and baretables wait for a ... (more)
A short and hot Z2 pulls into Winslow for its crew change.
Three GP60's lead a lengthy 071 local into Winslow on a warm and windy April Fools Day.
Not a race--two eastbound intermodal trains wait out a traffic jam just west of Winslow. The SD75M wears "Santa Fe" on its nose, but "BNSF" on its flanks--the last roundup for newly painted warbo... (more)
At day break The Conductor waits for the last passenger boarding before calling "All Aboard". Amtrak will soon travel east from Winslow.
Day break finds this signal light standing sentry at the east end of the Winslow yards.
An eastbound stacktrain pulls into Winslow for a crew change. 50 miles west, the San Francisco Peaks are obscured by snow squalls.
A long stack train has entered the East end of the Winslow yard for crew change. The setting sun has painted the train red and yellow. This was pretty much the way it looked at the time of the pho... (more)
Sunrise finds an eastbound baretable sitting amongst the forest of signal masts, waiting for a more favorable signal to depart Winslow yard.