2 trains meet in Kingman Canyon on a hot August morning
A long EB Z train curves its way through Crozier Canyon
A heavy manifest screams up the 2.2% grade approaching Iron Ridge. The heavy manifest has a cut-in set of MRL manned helpers that can be seen smoking it up on the right side of the photo.
A T4 GEVO leads a tanker train through La Grange.
A BNSF SD60M leads a freight under a bridge spanning states in KC.
A long EB Q train climbs upgrade through Slaughterhouse Canyon
Just minutes before the sun fell below the horizon, a BNSF stack glows in the ever so orange sunmer sunset light. To the right is the small ranch with an old shed and an older style truck.
In the late afternoon, a short BNSF Z glides downhill at Maine after just tackling the mighty Supai Summit, with the San Francisco Peaks in the background.
A couple of 'old school' units sit in the BNSF engine servicing yard for an assignment.
BNSF 1652 (SD40-2) gets ready to move a cut of cars out of the Denver Yard.
Not a bad location for the University of Minnesota to put a commuter bus overpass.
A long eastbound stack train winds its way upgrade through the west end of Kingman Canyon. The EMD leader was one of only two observed during eight days on the western end of the Transcon.
Shortly before sunset, a westbound domestic stack train is well into its climb up Goffs Hill. In the background, the Dead Mountains of the eastern Mojave Desert.
A uncommon leader for the heavy stack train as it rolls through one of many sags on the BNSF Seligman Sub