BNSF 993 along with a sticker unit 2nd lead an eastbound stack just west of Seligman.
Westbound stack train SLPCLBT3-23 curves through Pan Canyon just east of Seligman after a fair amount of snow blanketed the lower elevations of Northern Arizona.
On a late July afternoon the sun peaks through the breaking monsoon clouds as an Eastbound stack train climbs out of Seligman, AZ.
An Eastbound autorack train is seen approaching Seligman, Arizona on the BNSF Transcon.
A washout just West of Gallup, New Mexico the day before left trains parked in sidings up and down the Seligman Sub. Just East of Seligman an Eastbound domestic intermodal train is seen awaiting a... (more)
A westbound train of tanks climbs the grade out of Seligman.
A DC powered GEVO leads a matching set of Heritage 3's, at East Seligman, Arizona.
A heavy Galesburg, IL to Barstow, CA manifest train descends down the grade of Pan Canyon, towards Seligman, as left over snow from last week's storm still lingers around the area.
The eastbound stack train leaves the town of Seligman in the background after a cold storm leaves nearly 2 feet of snow on the ground.
A westbound BELBAR charges out of Seligman with a set of elephant style GEs for power.
A 2nd section S-ALTSCO rolls into Seligman with a short consist bound for the Ports of LA and Long Beach.
A Z9 heads east out of Seligman with the usual set of GEs for power in the late evening.
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.