A CREX and H1 lead the ARZC interchange local back from castle hot springs to Phoenix on the BNSF PHX Sub aka Peavine
Arizona and California (ex RCPE) 3998 recently repainted into the typical G&W orange leads the interchange local to BNSF’s Castle Hot Springs siding.
What’s a 4th of July day without a UP train led by 2 engines with the American Flag? This was a hot afternoon, but a shady tree offers a relaxing place to photograph also a nice little bit of comp... (more)
Storms brew at Cienega Creek and the railroad sure needs to get things moving again quickly. I say that because, this shot is an uncommon EB power move on top track because the 3rd engine (a c40-8... (more)
A slightly different view at Eagle nest of a train curving on the elevated track from the north side.
A ferromex locomotive leads an eastbound UP manifest on the Phoenix Sub leaving Germann siding.
A long and hot Phoenix bound priority intermodal train, races up from a sag before entering the small town of ash fork.
An awesome class unit and extremely rare leader for Arizona, CN 8000, pulls an autorack train uphill out of Tucson heading for Texas.
The distant headlight of a Union Pacific Auto Rack departs out of Phoenix with some late season October storms forming around the valley. Luckily at the horizon the sun came out in the last minute... (more)
After many unplanned/unexpected monsoon storm trips, with no shot plans except to get trains with weather, my patience and money finally paid off! I have been trying all of monsoon season this sum... (more)
A westbound intermodal awaits clearance to enter Winslow Yard with a storm brewing to the north.
Just minutes after the sun popped over the background hill, a BNSF manifest works downhill after just clearing the Arizona Divide summit of the Seligman Subdivision
A BNSF emd leads the nightly Tucson to Phoenix manifest train with monsoon storms raging to the east.
A BNSF manifest blasts out of thick fog into sunlight before entering another layer of fog behind me.
Long shadows and crisp afternoon light greet a fast moving downhill intermodal.