Four GE’s lead a westbound Santa Fe TOFC train nearing the Arizona state line at Manuelito, New Mexico.
Three big C-C locomotives in BNSF's red and silver "warbonnet" paint roar past the bluffs at Manuelito with an eastbound stack train. The train is climbing toward the Continental Divide,... (more)
A westbound BNSF intermodal train hustles along the base of the beautiful bluffs at Manuelito, NM. The train is not far from the New Mexico - Arizona border at Lupton. During the first decade foll... (more)
Just after sunrise, two men check the lead unit of a BNSF eastbound for mechanical problems. Meanwhile, the flanks of BNSF SD75I No. 8277 gleam in the low, clear sunlight, Many observers felt that... (more)
In a few minutes this westbound coal train will cross from New Mexico into Arizona. Power is three units on the head end and four DPUs.
Phoenix bound autos scream west on the Gallup Sub at 70 per.
Running at 70mph, BNSF C44-9W 4633 leads a 56 car vehicle train west towards the NM/AZ border.
Speeding along the Gallup Sub, a Vaughan to Phoenix racker speeds towards the Arizona border
Phoenix bound auto's speed towards the Arizona border
A BNSF manifest charges eastward behind four SD40-2s along the famous bluffs at Manuelito.
A heavy doublestack destined for reblocking at Clovis, NM works East up the stiff grade towards the Continental Divide.
A C44-9W and a recently activated H2 SD75I, BNSF 8292, lead 100+ conventional grain hoppers east on the BNSF Gallup Sub at Manuelito, NM on 9/21/13. This train is destined for Minot, ND, where it ... (more)
Amtrak train #4, with Heritage 3 painted engine 145 leading AMTK 815, and Veterans painted engine AMTK 42, heads east on a beautiful late summer morning at Manuelito, NM, 9/21/13.
There's congestion ahead in Gallup as this Barstow, CA to Belen, NM manifest creeps up to the next intermediate signal.
Amtrak 76 leads train 4 of the 19th across the Arizona-New Mexico border into Gallup, NM.