A westbound Santa Fe manifest charges uphill out of Seligman.
On the sunny morning of March 10, 2005, an eastbound BNSF stack train leaves Seligman, Arizona, in its wake.
Santa Fe 848 West roars out of the valley where Seligman is located. The grades in both directions out of the small town are significant. In the distance, we can see the tracks climbing east towar... (more)
Eastbound stack train Pan Canyon between E Seligman and W Crookton
A BNSF manifest train from Belen NM to Barstow CA has just received a fresh crew onboard at Seligman and it heads west, with 4 of General Electric's finest in charge.
Santa Fe 5256 East, a long pig train with a caboose on the rear, roars uphill toward Crookton, AZ and beyond. At right-center of the photo, one can see black smoke from another, hotter pig train o... (more)
in 2004 I had already left Phoenix, but I did have to travel from CA to TX a few times...of course I took I40. In this scene you can still see one of the famous ATSF signal bridges as the early mo... (more)
On a fall Friday afternoon, me and my girlfriend snuck out of work a little early and hit the road. Our goal was just to get up north to get a glint before the sun went down. With about 10 minut... (more)
A beautiful morning in Seligman Az. with fog to the west, after 11 days in a row of rain from monsoon storms.
A beautiful sunset at Seligman AZ. Another eastbound trains on a busy subdivision.
Santa Fe 8011 East makes its way upgrade between Seligman and Crookton as it climbs the west side of the Arizona Divide.
In November of 2017, the astounding Arizona sunset provides the backdrop for an Eastbound stack train at Seligman, AZ.
Heading west on the Crookton Cut-off near the Rte 66 overpass.
As the first sunset of the new year fades away, a hot Chicago to Los Angeles Q-train races down the grade into Seligman before starting the climb out towards Yampai Summit. BNSF 4200, a Tier IV cr... (more)