The AT&SF Grand Canyon Limited is seen crossing the impressive bridge over Hells Canyon near Drake, Arizona as it makes its way southward on the Peavine toward Matthie. There, the train wil... (more)
The Santa Fe's Grand Canyon Limited is about to make its scheduled station stop at the historic Barstow Harvey House on a beautiful spring evening.
Yet another intermodal train heads east through Kingman Canyon on BNSF's transcontinental conveyor belt.
The eastbound Grand Canyon Limited has left A&C rails at Matthie Junction and is now headed north toward Williams on BNSF's Phoenix Subdivision, better known as "the Peavine."
Due to heat issues with her diesel 'assistants,' 3751 is really working and, for one of the few times on her entire week-long trip across the southwestern United States, putting out a nice plume a... (more)
The Apache Railway's not-so-blue-today looper works its last few miles toward the huge paper mill outside Snowflake, AZ.
An eastbound manifest negotiates several "whoop-de-doos" (to use the technical term) near Seligman, Arizona as a lone truck heads west toward Peach Springs on the old Route 66.
A westbound BNSF drag freight races into the last rays of light on a warm desert evening near Kingman, Arizona.
UP 844 pulls the last couple miles of the grueling 2.2% grade from Kelso to the summit at Cima. From there, it's mostly all downhill the rest of the way into Vegas. With declining traffic and very... (more)
A couple of ACs head up southbound coal loads amidst beautiful fall colors in Appalachia.
Under uncharacteristically cloudy skies, UP 844 charges through scenic Afton Canyon toward Kelso and, ultimately on this day, Sin City.
With thunderstorms rolling in the distance, and under a dramatic monsoonal sunset, mixed freight heads east toward the massive BNSF classification facility at Belen, New Mexico.
Three pumpkins, assisted by a venerable Warbonnet, march a southbound intermodal up the Tehachapi Pass toward Mojave, Barstow, and points eastward. As is typical in the spring months, the pass is ... (more)
I think it snowed! The Durango & Silverton's annual winter photo charter battles a record snow pack of over 72 inches as former D&RGW 478 makes her way northward through the San Juan Nati... (more)
The 2.2% ruling grade over Tehachapi Pass is very apparent in this shot as northbound stacks head through the horseshoe curve at Allard.