Apache RS11 904 in moving around the yard. This Is an ex SP unit. At this time all of The Apache units were painted Red White and Blue
A westbound BNSF train times sunrise perfectly as it passes through Dennison headed towards Flagstaff and further points west.
With the telltale smoke plumes billowing out of the exhaust stacks, 4 ALCO/MLW units get the weekly train back up to track speed as they climb out of the Little Colorado River valley departing BNS... (more)
This corner of the world remains isolated & a great place to unwind & enjoy the hobby without a photo line anywhere. You have to earn your keep here, though, no amount of heads-ups will help. Ca... (more)
An eastbound intermodal train rises out of the sag coming into Winslow, Arizona behind four GE locomotives, including one Citirail ES44AC on lease to BNSF.
Blasting upgrade at 40 mph, Grand Canyon's 2-8-0 29, a May 1906 product of the American Locomotive Company's Pittsburg works, hauls the first train of the day up the grade at Quivero, Arizona. Gr... (more)
In blistering 110 degree weather, Copper Basin Railway GP40-2 304 strains its way up the grade out of the enormous ASARCO Ray Copper Mine with loaded copper ore for the smelter at Hayden.
A quartet of BNSF GE locomotives pull an eastbound stack train upgrade out of Flagstaff and through Winona. The San Francisco Peaks outside of Flagstaff stand in the background.
A Eastbound on The Crookton cutoff in the early morning only three months before the BNSF merger
The morning mine train slows as it nears the Peabody Coal tipple.
On June 8 a morning train from Lake Powell to Black Mesa climbs the noticeable grade in Cow Springs
On June 8 a morning train from Lake Powell to Black Mesa begins its journey across the Colorado Plateau.
The sun is just about gone for the day, as a BMLP loaded coal train makes its way through the high desert of Arizona.
The afternoon plant train accelerates at a surprisingly quick pace as it passes one of the few spots where the north side of train isn't completely blocked by catenary poles.