Back when they were used for hot shot trains on the Santa Fe. GP60M 150 and 159 have just overtaken another freight. On the Crookton line change section of the Seligman Subdivision.
What appears to be a hot shot BNSF Z train, is actually a repo train from Phoenix, Arizona to Los Angeles, California. With no wye switch at Williams Junction, we saw this train earlier in the mor... (more)
BNSF 5876 leads a manifest westbound through the s-curve at Eagle Nest on the BNSF Seligman sub.
A slightly different view at Eagle nest of a train curving on the elevated track from the north side.
BNSF 8419 leads a Z through Eagles Nest
At the isolated location of Eagle Nest, AZ, an eastbound Santa Fe manifest comes out of a rock cut on the Williams Crookton Line Change, which the railroad built in 1960. The new line has gentle c... (more)
A long westbound Z-train fills almost all of the big S-curve west of West Eagle Nest on the BNSF's Crookton Cutoff.
A westbound stack train leans into the second half of the big S-curve west of Eagle Nest on the BNSF's Crookton Cutoff.
As the sun starts to set, BNSF 4635 snakes west towards California leading a long domestic stack train through Eagle Nest.
BNSF 8172 leads 6400' of autoracks downhill curving through Eagle Nest, AZ.
Eastbound intermodal cuts through the Eagle Nest bound for Clovis.
BNSF 8249 leads one of the newest intermodal trains eastbound through the Eagle Nest in Northern Arizona. This new service being offered is from Los Angeles to NS Austell, GA via Memphis.
Minutes after sunrise, a Santa Fe mixed freight pulls east through cuts and over fills near Eagle Nest, Arizona on April 11, 1993.
First light on a cold morning glints off the sides of a struggling Kansas City, KS to Barstow, CA.
Long Beach bound stacks struggle up the 1.0% grade of the Crookton Cutoff and swing through the impressive high-speed s-curves West of Eagle Nest on a spectacular Winter afternoon.