An empty OT-1 round the curve out of Ray Junction on the mine branch.
A Kennecott Copper Corp. train of interchange traffic from Union Pacific's Garfield yard heads south along the Dike Spur approaching Smelter Junction. KCC 792 was built for Kennecott by EMD in Dec... (more)
TCW's "SY Turn" rolls down the hill and through the Westminister Tunnel on BNSF's Saint Paul Subdivision.
A nice set of H1 geeps rests at the yard on a pleasant Sunday evening.
These cabs were once the standard, but desk top controls seem to have become the new norm. Photo taken with permission.
MARC 73 waits with its train, staged in track 30 for a track to become available to load passengers and bring them home.
This MARC veteran takes a break between shuttling commuters to/from work.
The BNSF Ennis local has just passed the Cactus Rd. grade crossing as it prepares to stop for a crew change before rejoining the Phoenix Sub at El Mirage.
UP 1205 and 557 sit in the siding at Ellis, Kansas with a emergency work train. The train was dispatched following the wreck of the Salina to Denver manifest at Hays, Kansas two days prior.
LIRC JSJ(Jeffersonville-Seymour Turn) heads back to Jeff yard, passing through Memphis with a handful of cars!
The Chewelah Turn grinds into town on a gorgeous spring day.
The Chewelah Turn has 100 cars and well over 10,000 tons behind the engines as they work their way out of Valley.
Like clockwork, the morning ore train is arriving at Ray Mine from Hayden.
BNSF was always ahead of the Heritage craze by choosing to keep the Santa Fe yellow-blue and red-silver Warbonnet colors and the green-white BN schemes. Now if they would only come out with a red... (more)