Hell Canyon Bridge
BNSF 5811 leads an eastbound double stack along the Seligman Sub and out of Kingman Canyon.
Nearing the mine, a Black Mesa & Lake Powell coal train prepares to cross AZ-98 at Shonto.
The morning coal departs the soon to be closed plant at Page. They'll return a few hours later with 50 cars of coal.
Empty coal heads upgrade approaching Shonto, and eventually the Peabody mine for another load of coal.
Two former Canadian National FPA-4 units are shown at Williams as seen from our returning train. This was the first color scheme worn by the imported diesels and almost resembles the Pennsylvania ... (more)
A Santa Fe warbonnet unit leads a Phoenix bound freight at Williams on a sunny morning. This freight happily showed up before my wife and I rode the Grand Canyon Railway train to the canyon on thi... (more)
As the sun sets behind the photographer, Black Mesa and Lake Powell's loaded afternoon coal train passes on a fill as they prepare to curve to the north towards Page.
A loaded coal train crosses the bridge in Cow Springs behind a trio of E60's.
A 50 car loaded coal train comes out of Cow Springs with a trio of E60 electrics in charge as they head towards Page.
Though empty, the eastbound Black Mesa & Lake Powell coal train power has to give it all they've got as they bring their 50 car train upgrade at Cow Springs.
Grand Canyon's former LS&I Consolidation and an F40 get their train up to speed as they head back to Williams from the Grand Canyon South Rim.