In the late 1800s gold and silver were discovered in the Bradshaw Mountains of central Arizona. As was common at the time, the success of the mines were limited by the lack of transportation into ... (more)
BNSF ES44C4 6742 leads a stack train eastbound, climbing out of Williams Junction, AZ. Four trains in 40 minutes - all intermodals!!!
A hot westbound is splitting a pair of SP style searchlight signals on a very pleasant summer afternoon. The "Darth Vader" signals are slowly replacing these as the area is double tracke... (more)
An eastbound is working up the 1% grade around the S-curve at Shawmut on a great late spring afternoon.
A westbound BNSF stack train is gathering speed after negotiating a number of twenty five mph curves back in Crozier Canyon passing through Valentine
L KY38 power UP 1499 & 1438 caught napping on their off days. Photographed at 16:00.
Only months away from the shutdown of it's main customer an amazing one hundred and twenty five car Holbrook turn was descending toward the interchange with BNSF at Holbrook near MP 7.
A westbound BNSF stack train winds it's way through Crozier Canyon
With the San Francisco Peaks looming above, two DPU's shove a doublestacker east near Williams, AZ.
A pair of GE motors pull a Chicago, IL to San Bernardino, CA stack train races west across northern Arizona as the tracks will cross Route 66 at Crookton.
A westbound vehicle train moves west through the sag at Williams with the San Fransisco peaks in the background.
Westbound BNSF stack train negotiates Crozier Canyon on Seligman Sub a few miles west of Truxton station led by exConrail now NS unit.