Picking up speed after cresting the Arizona Divide, a trio of the omnipresent C44-9Ws heads downhill with another J.B. Hunt-dominated train.
A BNSF stack train tops the grade at Maine as it attacks the western slope of the Arizona Divide.
These are not wrong-side running ... they are actually DPUs on a double stack, about to complete the summit bid on the Arizona Divide.
Rolling fast off the Arizona Divide, at Maine.
In somewhat of a different view from Maine (one of the most photographed locations on the Seligman sub) the last rays of sunlight find the various lines of the crossing gate and passing eastbound ... (more)
BNSF 7726 leads a westbound stacker through Maine.
Holding back a merchandise train on the west side of the Arizona Divide, a trio of BNSF C44-9Ws - headed by 5130 - rolls through Maine, Arizona as the San Francisco Mountains loom in the distance.
On the downward side of the Arizona Divide, a pair of BNSF ES44DCs roll an intermodal train westbound through Maine, AZ on September 29.
It may be going away at sunrise, but the signals, smoke and glint make this a good shot worthy for rp.net!
ATSF 855 leads a westbound train through Maine in heavy run, but with the sun peeking through the clouds at my back.
A lot of green in this photo!!!
Santa Fe 4-8-4 3751 heads east through Maine, Arizona, on its way to Chicago on August 31, 1992.
Battling hogbacks and sags, a long eastbound stack train grinds uphill through Maine in September 2003.
With the low morning sun enlivening the paint on its superstructure, Dash 8 8636 is on the point of an eastbound manifest slugging it out with the grade at Maine.