Westbound approaching west end of Crozier Canyon
Locomotive No. 29 was restored by GCR in 2004. Locomotive No. 29 was built in May 1906 at ALCO's (American Locomotive Company) Pittsburgh works. The engine weighs 185 tons. It was converted by GCR... (more)
A quartet of Santa Fe motors pull 78 platforms of stacks through Arizona's Coconino National Forest on Oct. 5, 1995.
From the last order of new cabooses, Santa Fe 999574 trails a westbound auto train through Arizona's Coconino National Forest on April 3, 1989. The 999574 was a member of Santa Fe's Ce-11 class of... (more)
Last train before we had to head down the mountain. Another westbound struck a van at the Ponderosa crossing which forced a reroute of westbounds to use the # 2 main.
BNSF 8271, 6920, 7953, & 7956 lead an eastbound stack train running wrong main.
BNSF 5469 & 6909 lead westbound auto racks through Kingman Canyon. Old Trails Hwy in the foreground runs through the canyon between the east and west mains. In the upper left is Route 66.
Heavy snow pounds Flagstaff as a BNSF Z emerges from the white out. We saw 14 trains in about two hours. Wife's business trip to Vegas again, side trip to Flagstaff...
Snowy conditions on the mountain as a Q train roars upgrade through Flagstaff. This city is the 7th snowiest in the USA.
F40FH sits Idling at the old Santa Fe station in front of the El Tovar Hotel at the Grand Canyon. The F40FH was restored from an AMTK F40PHR to freight locomotive spec and renamed a F40FH.
BNSF 8033 & 5508 shove on a westbound stack train.
BNSF 6643, 7084, 7528, & 7955 power an eastbound intermodal train.
With a fresh crew this eastbound manifest is on the move again.
ATSF 3759 was delivered in 1928 as a 3751 class 4-8-4 passenger locomotive. Originally a coal burning locomotive with 73-inch drivers, the fleet was converted to oil in 1936 and rebuilt between 19... (more)
Flying by on the main line, a westbound BNSF freight passes local power at Holbrook, Arizona, on March 7, 2005.