A Santa Fe freight heads eastbound east of Flagstaff, Arizona, on April 20, 1990. EMD SD45 No. 5390 leads a pair of SD40-2s bracketing another pair of GE C30-7s.
One of the first orders of ES44C4s leads an Los Angeles bound stack train over the summit of the Arizona Divide as the sounds of GE motors struggle up the two percent grade on the first day of fal... (more)
With my 9AM class being cancelled, I headed out trackside to see what was in store for me. While it was a slow morning, for the Seligman Sub standards, I was able to photograph an eastbound Long B... (more)
An eastbound baretable is greeted by the first morning light as two GE motors roar out of the sag at Darling, AZ.
Three GE locomotives are in charge of a Memphis, TN to Richmond, CA stack train as they battle the grade of the Arizona Divide as they knock down the green light at West Flagstaff.
With only my faint memories of E60's on the NEC, it was quite the experience witnessing these heavy electrics hauling freight on a mainline! 4 of the BM&LP's eclectically painted E60's are seen h... (more)
A quartet of orange GE's lead a westbound stacker through Kingman Canyon on a stellar August morning.
Spent Waste Vegetable Oil billows from Grand Canyon 4960's stack as it round the curve at Pronghorn Ranch, just outside of Williams.
BNSF 7444 leads autoracks west through the sag located a few miles east of Williams, Arizona on the BNSF Seligman Subdivision.
A high priority intermodal train races up the Arizona Divide at track speed as it travels under the moonlight through Flagstaff.
3 SD45s are westbound near West DoubleA, AZ.
A hot westbound is near Yampai Summit on a pleasant August afternoon.
The reflection at the Apache Gold Casino gives a twist of San Carlos color to the 6070.
2 CREX leasers lead this westbound refer block through Kingman Canyon.
Getting ready to depart back to Williams with a load of passengers, GCR 237 basks in the hot desert sun.