For the last month or so, Union Pacific trains have been detouring over the BNSF Transcon due to track work on the UP tracks in Arizona. On a chilly February morning, an eastbound UP train races d... (more)
They birds didn't go far enough south... Okay, I know that raven don't migrate, but it adds to the photo! Anyways, a 2x2 Logistic Park Chicago stack train battles up the grade towards the 7... (more)
Snow begins to fall, again, in Flagstaff as a westbound Z-train chugs up the 1.3 percent grade of the Arizona Divide. The night before, the city of Flagstaff received nearly ten inches and would g... (more)
A very short Winslow to Phoenix Z-train breaks through the heavy snow fall along the Arizona Divide as the pair of Dash-9s glide through Maine.
On a chilly, late October morning, a heavy BNSF manifest struggles up the grade near Angell prior to sunrise as the sound of GE motors working hard echo across the land.
Fresh snow covers the desert landscape in Valentine, Arizona as a heavy 10,000 foot long stack train prepares to stop to let a high priority train over take it on a chilly December morning.
The hot Willow Springs, IL to North Bay, CA Z9 descends down Tehachapi Pass as navigates through Tunnel 2 near Bealville.
With a winter storm approaching, a detoured UP train descends down the Arizona Divide as it rolls through Flagstaff. A few minutes after this train went by, hail began to fall which led to snow. N... (more)
A new ET44C4 locomotive, #3951, leads an 18 car long officer special down the Arizona Divide on a gloomy winter day. This special is heading to Northern California for the Super Bowl, which is onl... (more)
The sun begins to rise along the eastern slope of the Arizona Divide as a heavy Memphis, TN to Los Angeles, CA Z-train can be seen working hard up the 1.5 percent grade out of Darling on a chilly ... (more)
Snow begins to fall again during he first snow storm of the season along the Arizona Divide as a heavy Kansas City, KS to Barstow, CA manifest begins to descend down the divide.
Traffic is all backed up along the eastern end of Seligman Subdivision as a hot Z7 runs around a 12,000 foot long stack train and another Z train at the top of the sag at Darling.
Looking down from one of the rock formations in Kingman Canyon, BNSF's newest order of ES44C4s descend down track one on hot Z7 train as it snakes along the canyon walls.
Making their first freight haul of their career, eight of BNSF's new ES44C4s hustle 6,600 feet of UPS cargo on this Alliance, TX to San Bernardino, CA Z7 as it honks for the nearby road crossing ... (more)
Photo #1,000 Nestled between the Cottonwood Mountains to the west, and the Music Mountains to the north east is Crozier Canyon. Originally named Truxton Canyon, Croizer Canyon is one of the... (more)