Westbound BNSF stack train exiting Crozier Canyon located between the stations of Truxton to the east and Valentine to the west.
Westbound BNSF Kingman Local passing through Crozier Canyon with a trio of former BN LMX GE's for power
A Herzog work train was cleaning up the aftermath of an unfortunate collision between a BNSF stack train and a Herzog on rail truck on the rear of a rail train in Crozier Canyon.
Eastbound BNSF stack train Crozier Canyon.
A long Santa Fe manifest with plenty of motive power enters Crozier Canyon's east end under threatening monsoon skies.
Santa Fe 3811 West makes its way into Crozier Canyon from the east under typical monsoon season cloud cover.
The early morning sun begins to rise over the hills of the Hualapai Nation, and into the fame Crozier Canyon. Here, a hot intermodal train from Kansas City to Los Angeles eases back from its norma... (more)
As Santa Fe 5134 heads east out of Crozier Canyon, we get a good look at the three SD26s in her consist with stacks capped. These units are headed for service on the Guilford System.
As a westbound military extra with tanks and mobile cranes enters Crozier Canyon, an intermodal train exits in the opposite direction.
Look down from the top of Crozier Canyon, four GE locomotives negotiate the tight curves along the canyon walls as they hustle a mile of high priority intermodal cargo for San Bernardino.
East and Westbound trains meet deep in Crozier Canyon on BNSF's Seligman Sub.
The hot eastbound ZLACWSP9 passes through Crozier Canyon in the late afternoon.
A westbound V train lead by BNSF 7937 eases through Crozier Canyon on a warm April afternoon.
The late, May sun has finally lifted high enough to remove the shadows off the tracks that snake along the walls of one the Transcon's most scenic location; Crozier Canyon. Nestle between Valentin... (more)
A westbound Santa Fe doublestack curves out of Crozier Canyon on the way to California. The eastern sky looks rather ominous.