The Kingman Local (091) makes its way through Kingman Canyon, on the opposite main, after working the steel and recycling centers at Getz.
Early morning finds this eastbound mixed manifest exiting Slaughter House Canyon as it passes through Kingman.
Rounding the big curve on main 1 around the Kingman baseball park, BNSF 3801 leads this stack train into Slaughter House Canyon.
Two units help push the back of a Los Angeles to Norfolk Southern interchange (Chicago) stack train through Kingman, Ariz. as it passes over one of the high water bridges within Kingman Canyon tha... (more)
Second locomotive is BNSF 1096, third locomotive BNSF 5170 and fourth locomotive is BNSF 5210
BNSF 4771, 5359, 9993, & 6973 power a westbound unit grain train through scenic Kingman Canyon.
Working upgrade into Kingman Canyon, BNSF 3996, a new ES44T4, lugs an eastbound Z train into the famous rock formations as it nears the canyon's namesake town.
BNSF 4010 leads the eastbound QLACAUG through Kingman passing the local ballpark as it enters Slaughter House Canyon.
A rare westbound unit coal train slips into Kingman Canyon behind BNSF 5711.
Looking out of place in Kingman Canyon, GECX 2040 brings up the rear of this westbound stack train in the early morning.
EMD power leads this westbound stack train through Kingman Canyon.
A morning eastbound make it's way through Kingman Canyon.
A westbound double stack train, led by a 4600 series Dash-9, makes its way across a wash bridge in Kingman Canyon on a mid-March evening.
The Transcon has been part of BNSF for over a year. You might think otherwise if you were trackside, watching an eastbound manifest near Kingman.
Eastbound BNSF stacks are climbing the second main in Kingman Canyon beneath Hualapai Mountain.