Westbound stacker about to cross the Colorado river into California
This train, lead by UP's Western Pacific Heritage Unit is seen here leading this double stack through the "S" curve at Jean, NV
This is a westbound container train, about to cross the Colorado river into California
This is an eastbound manifest, it has another 10 miles or so, before its crew change at Needles.
This is an eastbound stacker, it has another 10 miles or so, before its crew change at Needles.
This is an eastbound stacker, passing under the former Route 66 highway bridge.
Another very lengthy double stacker in excess of 10,000' passes my location on its way to Southern California
This is a eastbound priority intermodal train, terminating in Denver Colorado.
This is a westbound set of double stacks, winding its way through Kingman Canyon
This is a westbound set of tri-level autoracks, winding its way through Kingman Canyon
Things were a bit busy in my brief one hour visit to Kingman Canyon Wednesday, 5 trains in hour...must have been the luck of the 09-09-09!
Westbound stacker, heading for Southern California, lead by UP/WP heritage unit 1983, followed by SLC Olympic unit 2002
Eastbound empties returning to Utah for another load
Once again, a trio of UP Heritage units grace the former LA&SL line through Vegas. Total cars, 171 , Tonnage 10,298, Length..12,318 ft.
With the Red Rock area of Las Vegas framing the background this westbound stacker, at almost 12,000ft in length passes the signals at MP 317. Lead by a pair of UP's Heritage fleet, 1983 and 1996. ... (more)