An ES44C4 rides the point on this westbound stack train exiting Crozier Canyon.
The classic Kingman Canyon shot.
Autumnal tones adorn the San Francisco Peaks as a pair of four-axle GE's briefly hold up intermodal traffic so that they can perform a reversing manoeuvre and work wrong-main on the Winona local.
Here is the latest engine to be repainted into the new Copper Basin scheme.
A Los Angeles, CA to Chicago, IL stack train can be heard for 10 minutes before the headlights can be seen as they battle the grade of the Arizona Divide.
OT 1 passes through Kearny, AZ on its way to Hayden.
Late evening just south of Hayden finds a Copper Basin freight heading for the Ray Mine.
Grand Canyon Railway 4960 barks northbound near Milepost 59 at the foot of the Grand Canyon National Park.
A pair of SD70's appear briefly through a gap between the low, rocky hills at the west end of Shawmut siding.
Despite the passage of just a few hours, the clear tranquility of a beautiful morning out in the Sonoran Desert makes it difficult to imagine the previous day's torrential thunderstorms.
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After watching the Arizona and California Railroad interchange with the BNSF south of Wickenberg, a cross-country chase ensued in order to catch the train somewhere photogenic out in the desert. T... (more)
Brand new CREX power leads a Watson bound ethanol train just west of Kingman Canyon in the late afternoon.
Another wild BNSF lashup heads west into Kingman Canyon.
BNSF's power crunch was evident along the Seligman Sub Friday October 8th as CSX 3011 leads a Long Beach bound stacker through Kingman Canyon.
Memphis to Los Angeles intermodal train ZMEMLAC heads into Kingman Canyon behind a rare NS EMD leader.