A trio of unrepainted CBRY Geeps are rolling the empty ore cars up to Ray.
Unit train is drifting down the grade from Ray Mine headed to unload in Hayden with the last rays of light before the hills shadow over. Note the CBRY lettering on the gate.
Empty ore train snakes its way out of the dumper heading back west to get a second train of loads. This process has immaculate timing and you can set a clock to it.
#502, an original KCC motor in these parts, leads two sisters that haven't yet been repainted into Ray Junction heading up the hill for more loads.
Empty ore shuttle has left Hayden Dumper heading back to Ray Mine for more loads.
OT-1 makes its second "nocturnal" dump in Hayden....it's summer and daylight appears by 0500, making this one of the earliest daylight photos I've ever posted, just a few clicks after 06... (more)
OT-1 makes its second daylight run to Ray Mine. #502 is one of the original KCC motors that has plied these rails for as long as I've been visiting the operations. It also is one of the few not y... (more)
After dumping their train in Hayden, OT-1 heads North to Ray Mine for loading then return for dumping.
CBRY OT-1 heads north to the Copper Ore Mine for loading in Kelvin, Az.
Engineer Kenny Burgess is at the throttle of Copper Basin Railway EMD GP39 No. 505 on an OT-1 ore train near Kearrny, Arizona, headed for loading at at Ray Mine on April 20, 2017
EMD GP39 No. 505 leads Copper Basin Railway train OT-1 across Bridge 988.36 at Ray Junction, Arizona, on the afternoon of April 21, 2017.