A San Bernardino, CA bound Z train winds its way through Kingman Canyon.
The BNSF still uses a caboose as seen here, with the remote engineer backing down a short freight into the yard.
A BNSF Willow Springs-San Bernardino Z train winds its way through Kingman Canyon behind a 4 pack of big BNSF units, including an SD70ACe.
A St. Louis originating stack train coasts through Kingman Canyon behind BNSF ES44DC 7264.
BNSF ET44C4 3992 leads a Clovis, NM bound stack train through downtown Kingman, AZ.
BNSF 3891 crawls through Franconia with a westbound stack train.
Running in a 3x0x2 locomotive configuration, a massive Long Beach-Joliet land barge climbs through Kingman.
BNSF C44-9W 5213 gingerly guides a loaded coil steel train downhill into Kingman, AZ. The train was destined for Pittsburg, CA.
Eastbound intermodal train at Bagdad.
BNSF C44-9Ws 4841 and 5018 bring up the rear of a heavy loaded steel train, passing through the town of Kingman, AZ.
On a cool Friday night in downtown Flagstaff, BNSF 8329 races past the Amtrak station as the rear DPU of a westbound freight.
BNSF's Alliance, TX - Los Angeles, CA Q train drops into Kingman on a fabulous morning.
BNSF ES44C4 4296 leads an automated track geometry train into downtown Kingman on the Seligman Sub.
A pair of BNSF GEVOs hold back a long stack train descending into downtown Kingman on the Seligman Sub.
BNSF's Belen, NM - Barstow, CA manifest begins its descent into Kingman, AZ with a whack of power on the point.