During November rain storm, the sun shines through the clouds, creating a rainbow, as a BNSF's Omaha, NE to Port of Los Angeles, CA stack train enters Kingman, AZ along BNSF's Southern Transcon.
High above the Kingman Canyon floor, the BNSF 6268 east craws along the high main.
Rounding the bend on the bottom track of Kingman Canyon, the BNSF 5543 leads a California bound manifest with a rarity in tow.
ATSF 3759 sits on display at Locomotive Park in Kingman.
Deep in Kingman Canyon finds this eastbound working towards downtown in the early morning.
The eastbound ZLACWSP is running wrong main on the afternoon, offering up a different photo opportunity for this eastbound.
Early morning in Kingman Canyon finds an eastbound Q train working upgrade.
A westbound ZALTSBD passes thru Kingman Canyon with a newer 3260 leading.
BNSF's eastbound HBARCLO with 2 FXE units heads works thru Kingman in the early morning.
BNSF 6213 leads an eastbound military train bound for Ft. Bliss, TX, as it exits Slaughter House Canyon in downtown Kingman.
An eastbound Santa Fe stack train enters the west end of Kingman Canyon.
An eastbound Santa Fe TOFC train climbs through Kingman Canyon along the canyon's walls.
Eastbound BNSF stack train climbing through Kingman, AZ.
The San Bernardino, CA to Willow Springs, IL Z-train grinds up the grade out of Downtown Kingman as it parallels historic Route 66.
An eastbound BNSF Q train was negotiating the separated main line alignment through the west end of Kingman Canyon