An eastbound military train heads east through Crozier Canyon as the two GE motors work hard hauling the heavy armor up Yampai Hill.
An early spring snow storm has covered Flagstaff, Ariz. with six inches of fresh powder (the forecast predicted only an inch). With the Coconino pine trees dressed in white, a high priority interm... (more)
A 2x2 double stack train from the Port of Long Beach battles the western grade of the Arizona Divide as crests the hump at Maine.
A westbound Belen, NM to Barstow, CA manifest train slowly grinds up the grade of Goffs Hill at Homer.
An eastbound train carrying a mixture of double stacks, trailers, and autos dims its lights for an oncoming westbound train near Homer as the sun provides another spectacular sunset along the Need... (more)
Over 11,000 feet of double stack train begins to roll out the Goffs siding after letting a fleet of westbounds run around it on an early spring day. The four GE motors up front, along with two in ... (more)
The Arizona Divide was hit with a snow storm last night, larger than expected, that dropped up to a foot of snow along some areas of the railroad. After work and class, I made my way out to Riorda... (more)
After the railroad came to a standstill, DS 10 and Forth Worth Mechanical clear up the mess of broken down trains along the hill to get the fleet of westbounds back on the move. With an eastbound ... (more)
Under a starlit sky, a BNSF work train hauling ballast rock cars waits patiently in the siding of Seligman for a new crew to pick up the train and head east. At the same time, the headlights of an... (more)
Looking down at Crozier Canyon, a heavy eastbound stack train from the ports of Los Angeles battles the nearly 1.5% grade up Yampai Hill. Nestled between Truxton and Valentine, Ariz., Crozier Cany... (more)
A faded BNSF Dash-9, known to railfans as a "peach-bonnet" unit, leads the Winslow to Phoenix Z-train over the Arizona Divide through the Coconino Forest with the summit of the mountain ... (more)
A Phoenix to Belen manifest train navigates its way through the twist and turns of Cosnino with the San Francisco peaks in the background.
A westbound double stack train, led by a 4600 series Dash-9, makes its way across a wash bridge in Kingman Canyon on a mid-March evening.
A hot Willow Springs, IL to San Bernardino, CA Z train races through one of the intermediate signals between Walapai and Barry along the Seligman Subdivision.
The fading sun illuminates the side of an eastbound stack train as notches up through the S-curve at Seligman during its trip over the Arizona Divide.