Navajo red sandstone melts away in the heatwaves of a 10,000 foot stack train charging up the 1.25% grade towards the Continental Divide.
GE's easily concur the 1.25% grade leading to the Continental Divide with a Los Angeles to Willow Springs Z train in tow.
Red sandstones, Dash 8's and blue skies, what more could you ask for?
BNSF ES44DC 7513 leads an eastbound Z climbing toward the Continental Divide in scenic western New Mexico.
A BNSF Q train works uphill eastbound approaching the Continental Divide as the the last rays of sunlight fall on the backdrop of Navajo sandstone near North Guam, NM on the Gallup Subdivision.
BNSF 7271 leads an eastbound at MP 138X at North Guam, NM at sunset on September 26, 2009.
A hot BNSF Z train roars through a sweeping curve at North Guam and up the western slope of the Continental Divide.
BNSF 618 pilots a westbound manifest past the red rocks of North Guam, NM.
BNSF 4464 leads a quartet of GE's though North Guam NM.
This eastbound stack is holding on the main near North Guam behind a manifest and a Q train.
An LMX Dash 8 leads an eastbound BNSF manifest in the shadow of the redwall sandstone cliffs east of Gallup at m.p. 137X on the North track.
An eastbound BNSF autorack train heads upgrade toward the Continental Divide with the redwall sandstone cliffs in the background at North Guam.