engine row at Tucson
Amtrak #156 leads the Sunset Limited out of Tuscon, Arizona with a splash of color on the headend. The phase 1 "heritage" unit has the honors today as they get back onto schedule.
The ZAILC rounds the bend into CP SP988 AKA 36th street and the Tuscon Yard near minutes away from a extremely quick crew change!
Sun Link light rail vehicle cruises through Tuscon.
The Union Pacific 4014 departing the former Southern Pacific Tuscon yard as they head east for Lordsburg, NM on a fine October morning.
With the last minutes of golden hour fast approaching, the UP 4014 pulls out of Tuscon as they prepare to head east for Lordsburg, NM as apart of the Union Pacific Big Boy tour.
Crossing over the bridge on the top track, the UP 5546 begins its decent downgrade toward Tuscon, Arizona.
The UP 7662 gets underway as it departs the east end of the Tuscon yard. The main headlight of the unit was burnt out, causing the train to be stopped shortly latter.
NS 9569 rounds the bend in downtown Tuscon as it departs heading eastbound for points east.
Getting outta town! UP 8001 pushes on an outbound manifest as it departs the Tuscon yard in the afternoon.
Running about 2 hours behind schedule, Amtrak train number two leans into a superelevated curve just outside of Tuscon, Arizona.
Pausing under the recently upgraded signal bridge. The UP 8080 awaits for its train to be uncoupled from the rest of its fellow locomotives.
A westbound UP stack train changes crews at the east end of Tucson Yard.
An eastbound Espee stack train snakes through the desert early on a summer morning.
The ZLAJX gets underway departing the Tuscon yard with the last minutes of sun rays pop out over the horizon. In the foreground is one of the last SP era signal bridges guarding the Union Pacific ... (more)