On a beautiful spring afternoon in Kingman Canyon, a weathered quartet of four axles heads west on Main 2 on the Seligman Subdivision.
Rocketing out of the sag at Hackberry, this Westbound heads along the former US Route 66. Track speed here is 80mph for passenger and 70 for freight into this curve, and this train is doing it's ... (more)
In the light of the early day, BNSF 4690 formed the end of the train towards Barstow. The downhill section into Kingman Canyon begins here.
An eastbound freight makes it’s way over the Santa Fe bridge in Kingman Canyon, AZ.
A westbound BNSF intermodal leaves Kingman Canyon, continuing through Arizona.
Seen from historic Route 66, two eastbound Santa Fe intermodals pass each other near Kingman Canyon on the scenic Seligman Subdivision. The mid 90s was the peak of the “Super Fleet” days of clean ... (more)
Three GE motors hustle a 113 car empty grain shuttle up the 1.4% grade of Kingman Canyon as the train tackles the desert landscape of the northwestern Arizona.
A heavy LA Harbor bound stack train descends down the steep grade into Kingman, Ariz. as it enters Slaughterhouse Canyon.
KGTR's FTRX 1315 is tied down on the main with a train for the weekend as the 1542 waits in the "Loco Track" for electrical work that has yet to be scheduled.
The 2nd H-GALBAR of the morning passes through Kingman Canyon with a couple older Dash 9s for power.
The eastbound BARGAL passes through Kingman with a dirty Tier 4 GEVO on the point.
The sun is just a few seconds into its daily appearance as a westbound BNSF manifest comes into town.
A Kansas City to LA Z train curves through Kingman Canyon as they approach the tail end of their westward journey.
A Dash 9 is at the helm of a westbound Z train as they head into Kingman Canyon on a sunny Sunday morning.