Empty ore OT-1 heads through Kearny with a GP40 leader. That milepost on the right marks rail distance from San Francisco, a holdover from the SP era.
OT-1 thunders eastbound through Kearny with a loaded ore train.
Copper Basin's OT-1 ore train heads west through Kearny.
Three Copper Basin Railway geeps storm through the town of Kearny, AZ with rock loads for the smelter.
With the miners on strike and with no orectrains running, the Copper Basin RR ran security trains to protect its infrastructure from vandalism/sabotage.....
The Magma Local returns towards Hayden with a couple inbounds off of UP.
OT-1 timed their arrival at Kearny perfectly with a break in the clouds as they thunder west with a train of empties for the copper mine at Ray.
CBRY 301 heads for Hayden with loads of copper ore.
CBRY 301 makes it's way through a small tunnel as it leads a loaded train from Ray bound for Hayden
The unit train is clipping along at 25 MPH on their way to Ray.
CBRY 304 is nearing it's destination of Kearny.
The Arizona countryside blurs by just west of Kearny from a view from the cab of Copper Basin Railway EMD GP39CLC No. 505 on train OT-1 as the loaded ore train heads to Hayden on April 20, 2017.
Copper Basin Railway (CBRY) Copper Ore Train OT1 heads back South to the Hayden Smelter on their last run of the day with 48 loads of Copper Ore. They are seen here pulling the hill at Kearny, AZ.
After dumping their train in Hayden, OT-1 heads North to Ray Mine for loading then return for dumping.
Copper Basin Railway (CBRY) Copper Ore Train OT1 heads back to Ray Junction for another load. They are seen here pulling the hill at Kearny, AZ.