After a crew change at Ash Fork, the eastbound vehicle train is on the move again making its run at the grades up the final miles on the Phoenix Subdivision before entering the BSNF transcon at Wi... (more)
A Phoenix-Chicago Z train waits for a recrew at Ash Fork.
A Santa Fe westbound manifest train In the Crookton cutoff taken from my friend Dons Airplane
The first train to be called out of Ash Fork in nearly 20 years in the Willow Springs, IL to Phoenix, AZ Z-train. Prior to this date, crews would operate from Phoenix to Winslow; nearly 300 mile r... (more)
Having just rolled to a stop next to the original ATSF depot here at Ash Fork, BNSF 4244 waits to get back on the move as it waits for an east/southbound intermodal to clear the switch east of tow... (more)
Yesterday's Phoenix, AZ to Belen, NM manifest train sits in the siding of Ash Fork waiting for a fresh crew to get rested from the Williams hotel to take the train to Winslow. This is the first da... (more)
On a below freezing morning in Arizona's high country, BNSF 6998 West leads the hot Willow Springs, IL to Phoenix, AZ Z-train into Ash Fork. As of a day before this photo was taken, BNSF turned As... (more)
An old tradition has started again in Ash Fork, AZ; crew changes. Starting in January, 2021, BNSF Railway has changed the crew district between Phoenix, AZ and Winslow, AZ to incorporate a ... (more)
CTC is coming to the east end of the Phoenix Sub. As Z-WINPHX prepares to run around a tied down ethanol train here, they pass a new signal that will soon be cut in at Ash Fork.
Z-WINPHX passes the soon to be replaced hand switch at the east end of the siding at Ash Fork.
Days after the Thanksgiving snow storm, the area of Ash Fork is still covered as the hotshot Alliance, TX to Phoenix, AZ Z-train makes its way through town.
Hell Canyon Bridge on the Santa Fe Phoenix Sub near Drake. The Train was headed Timetable East To Ash Fork For a Crew Change in the Late Afternoon
Taken From My friend Dons Airplane This Is A eastbound on the Santa fe Seligman Sub between East Eagle nest and west Doublea
BNSF 8026 makes the big turn left headed for Phoenix out of Ash Fork with a Phoenix bound z train in tow. The original A&P/ATSF transcon ROW is at the bottom of the frame..used until the Crookton ... (more)
Entering Ash Fork limits, BNSF 6225 makes a big turn to the west onto the approach into the actual town of Ash Fork, AZ.