Union Pacific 795, which is the former WP 3013, sits in the siding at Bowie while a westbound doublestack, led by Cotton Belt 9675, roars past.
Union Pacific 795, which is the former WP 3013, sits in the siding at Bowie while it waits for a train to run around it. Note the old SP coal tower in the distance.
The Bowie turn leaves Bowie for home. Trailing units are GP20 2045 and GP35s 2501 and 2503.
The AZER Bowie turn depicted in photo 659885 is seen at destination being passed by a SP double stacker headed by a pair of GP60s.
Cotton Belt 9645 leads the hot Blue Streak Merchandise Fast Forward through Bowie, Arizona, while Cotton Belt 8067, Rio Grande 3093 and snoot nose SP 8375 wait in the siding. Note the old SP coal... (more)
Union Pacific's MKT Heritage unit 1988 leads UP 5325, and an empty autorack train, east through the Arizona desert on a cold, 30 degree morning.
Union Pacific's MKT Heritage unit 1988 races east through the Arizona desert on a cold, 30 degree morning.
Union Pacific's MKT Heritage unit 1988 leads UP 5325 east through the desert of southern Arizona. The empty autorack train is about to cross under Interstate 10 and enter the town of Bowie.
Amtrak's eastbound Sunset Limited races across the Lordsburg Sub. Note the westbound freight in the background.
Bowie is the end of the line for the Arizona Eastern. This is where they interchange with the UP. The 102 lead them into Bowie but the TNMR 100 will lead them back to Claypool.
SP Tunnel Motor 8541 glints as it leads UP3635, GECX 582, SP9783 & UP6261 with an eastbound doublestack at Olga, AZ on the Sunset Route, 18/3/98. ©www.railphotoprints.co.uk - John Chalcraft