The solitude at Canyon Diablo is almost palpable - an entity that is at once overwhelming and eminently soothing. Only the rush of the wind disturbs the silence for awhile - until a thin silver li... (more)
Rolling through Kingman Canyon, the 656 West has just passed one of the old R2 color light signals that were in service across much of Santa Fe's territory. They began to disappear with the advent... (more)
BNSF 754 slams across the Hackberry Road crossing with one of the Transcon's ubiquitous intermodal trains. An LMX B39-8 of BN heritage and a Heritage I Dash9 join this power set. Versus the origin... (more)
Sundown at Yampai Summit: BNSF 4926 is in charge of a westbound manifest struggling up the grade from Pica to Yampai with a colorful assortment of power in the setting sun. It's downgrade to the C... (more)
Streaking across the Arizona Divide, the 4732's engineer puts the spurs to this post-merger power set - the leader so new it hasn't yet had its road name applied. At some 7000 feet in elevation he... (more)
After a run across the Mojave Desert and crew change in Needles, CA, the 1073 East behind a pair of Heritage I units and a Warbonnet cross the Colorado River and enter Arizona, beginning the long ... (more)
An eastbound intermodal train rises out of the sag coming into Winslow, Arizona behind four GE locomotives, including one leased Citirail ES44AC. The San Francisco Peaks stand tall in the backgrou... (more)
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.
A Clovis-bound S train passes the depot in Kingman in the midst of a long eastbound parade.
3 NS units are heading back to home rails as they trail on an Ashland Avenue bound stack train entering Kingman.
It's a few minutes after sunrise in Kingman as the S-LHWALT1 passes through town on their way to the Dallas-Fort Worth area with a train of marine containers with imports.