Three of BNSF finest locomotives lead a Houston, TX to Long Beach, CA stack train through the famous Kingman Canyon as the rainbow color train snakes its way through the curves of the canyon.
A 7,400 foot long stack train charges along the BNSF Seligman Sub through Kingman Canyon across one of many old ATSF bridges along the sub.
Beautiful Kingman Canyon
This certainly isn't something you see every day on the Transcon. A fairly respectable-looking Warbonnet leads a westbound track geometry train through the depths of Kingman Canyon on a splendid S... (more)
A quartet of elephants leads westbound stacks through Kingman Canyon.
The hot Willow Spring, IL to North Bay, CA Z9 moves around the curvy train along Kingman Canyon with its long string of pigs as the sun slips behind the cliff edges.
A westbound UP double stack train was dropping downgrade at Kingman, AZ on BNSF's Seligman Subdivision on August 9, 2003, led by SD70M No. 4212.
Four GE locomotives charges up Kingman Canyon with 6,200 FT of train behind them as they go over the old ATSF bridges on a warm summer morning.
A hot Z9 bound for Willow Springs charges up along the old ATSF bridge in Kingman as the temperature finally drops bellow 100 degrees.
The DPUs of a Long Beach stack train help push their train up and trough Kingman Canyon as they go over the old ex-ATSF bridges.
One of the few photographs I've taken of Class 1 railroads. A set of clean GE's power a westbound intermodal through Kingman Arizona, seen here passing the old Santa Fe depot.
BNSF Kingman Local sit, crewless, in the south passing track at Berry with a nice consist.
Eastbound set of imported double stacks heading through Slaughterhouse Canyon area of Kingman, AZ
Eastbound imported intermodal traversing track #1, normally used by westbound traffic, due to MOW crews working on Main#2.
Eastbound manifest swings through the Slaughterhouse Canyon area of Kingman, AZ, with a variety of motive power.