A Willow Springs, IL to Phoenix, AZ intermodal train charges up the Arizona Divide as thunderstorm leaves the area.
A Los Angeles, CA to Atlanta, GA intermodal train races across Canyon Diablo on a pleasant April afternoon.
A Logistic Park Chicago, IL bound stack train tackles the 1.8 percent grade of Kingman canyon as the two GEVOs on the point roar with life.
Chugging hard during on an early April morning, a pair of C44-9W's pull a 90 car long empty ethanol train through the downtown district of Kingman, Arizona with the iconic Hotel Beale sign in th... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway 4960 leads the second Williams Flyer train of the day into Williams on a windy April evening.
A H BARKCK (Barstow, CA to Kansas City, KS high priority manifest) charges through Kingman Canyon on the BNSF Seligman Subdivision with an interesting lash up of NS, KCS and CREX (former SOO Line)... (more)
Two General Electric locomotives shove over 9,000 feet of double stack cars across the Seligman Subdivision at Crockton.
A H TULBAR is led by a UP SD70M, along with a CN, BNSF and NS units, over the Arizona Divide after thunderstorms clear the Flagstaff area at Cosnino.
With a westbound Z train rolling west, an empty grain shuttle races down the Arizona Divide at Canyon Diablo.
BNSF 7000 leads a Long Beach (Pier T), CA to Logistic Park Chicago IL through Kingman, AZ as it crosses the iconic ATSF bridge.
A hot westbound intermodal train races towards Seligman Arizona as an eastbound stack train is stopped on the other main fixing a rail car.
A high priority intermodal train, bound for San Bernardino, CA, travels down the Arizona Divide with the San Francisco Peaks in the background.
Returning back from San Bernardino Railroad Days, ATSF #3751 races down Interstate 10 in East Los Angeles as the traffic slows down due to the amount of people in shock, and try to get a photo, of... (more)
With a lash up with BNSF, CSX, NS, and a warbonnet, an eastbound manifest bound for Kansas City, KS races across the eastern Mojave Desert under a classic desert sunset.
A BNSF EMD SD70ACe, a rare visitor to the Southern California, pulls a high priority stack train from Global 4, IL to Long Beach (ICTF), CA across the Yuma Subdivision at Cabazon.