On September 20, 1998 this doublestack is heading west into Kingman Canyon with Santa Fe B40-8W 547 leading BNSF B40-8W 581, Santa Fe C44-9W 681 and BNSF SD40-2 6308.
BNSF 3990 leads an eastbound general freight through Kingman in the late morning.
Westbound stacks pass through downtown Kingman with another AC gevo leading.
BNSF 4612 leads an eastbound VSBDELP through Kingman Canyon with a pair of CP's.
BNSF AC power leads an eastbound X train through Kingman with an NS 3rd back.
A pair of EMD's along with a CSX GE 4th back lead an eastbound stack train.
BNSF 4681 leads an SD75M and NS unit on this eastbound Q train as it fly's through Kingman in the early morning.
2 trains meet in Kingman Canyon on a hot August morning
A westbound stack train winds its way downgrade through Kingman Canyon. A UP EMD completes the four-unit consist.
In early morning, an eastbound stack train splits the iconic rock formation near the west end of Kingman Canyon.
A long EB Q train climbs upgrade through Slaughterhouse Canyon
A long eastbound stack train winds its way upgrade through the west end of Kingman Canyon. The EMD leader was one of only two observed during eight days on the western end of the Transcon.
Two Z trains (the 2nd one to the right being BNSF 6696 W. Z ALTSTO9 02L) meet in Kingman Canyon on a blazing hot afternoon.
A long EB empty oil train climbs upgrade through Kingman Canyon
BNSF 4762 East, an extra carrying military vehicle, passes the famous Route 66 sign in Kingman, AZ. The eastbound has just exited Kingman Canyon, and is now headed for the long tangent on the flat... (more)