SD45 5385 and companions have cleared downtown Flagstaff, and are pouring it on to get their train up to speed. Though not on the time table. I have heard this area of East Flagstaff referred to a... (more)
Santa Fe didn't lack for variety in their motive power. On this local they have 2872 a GP35r, 3674 a GP39-2, 3044 a GP20, and lastly a B23-7 or B36-7.
The Willow Springs, IL to North Bay, CA UPS train charges up the eastern slope of the Arizona Divide as it passes through the college-town of Flagstaff before reaching the 7,335' high summit.
BNSF 4339 leads a heavy grain up the grade toward the Arizona Divide
With a storm embracing the distant Kachina Peaks, an eastbound intermodal on BNSF's 'transcon' main line approaches Darling Siding, Winona (east of Flagstaff), Arizona. Of the ten locomotives, six... (more)
A Phoenix-bound Z train charges west as it glides through the town of Flagstaff Arizona.
Snow continues to fall midafternoon as a westward bound Z train passes by the famous Flagstaff depot and infamous Flagstaff live webcams that watch the tracks 24/7.
BNSF 4274 East glides into a curve as it tries to outrun the near whiteout conditions that it has just passed through.
SUPER STACK! BNSF 4138 west leads the S-LPCSO1, or more commonly known as the Super Stack a 14000' or so stack train in a 4×3×2 configuration. As snow showers begin to dissipate and the sun emerge... (more)
In the late afternoon sunlight, a westbound BNSF Q Train rolls into downtown Flagstaff, AZ on October 20th, 2018.
BNSF 7833 leads a westbound auto train through Flagstaff in the late afternoon sun.
BNSF 7511 leads a westbound through downtown Flagstaff at the last light of day.
On July 8, 1986, a Santa Fe freight climbs the Arizona Divide west of Flagstaff, Arizona. Leading the westbound train is a former Amtrak EMD SDP40F, No. 5256, designated a SDF40-2 by the Santa Fe ... (more)
Santa Fe 5812 rolls through Darling.
BNSF 7563 leads an ethanol train east towards Winslow while monsoon thunderstorms build over the mountains near Flagstaff.