Looking down from one of the rock formations in Kingman Canyon, BNSF's newest order of ES44C4s descend down track one on hot Z7 train as it snakes along the canyon walls.
BNSF 3921 leads a westbound Z through Kingman Canyon in the early morning.
Kingman Terminal SW1500 1541.
Kingman Terminal SW1500 1542.
Run about twelve hours late, Amtrak's Southwest Chief #3 makes a rare daylight appearance in Kingman Canyon on a very windy March morning.
BNSF 7124 leads a westbound train through Kingman Canyon with the tail end of an eastbound train on the upper track.
BNSF 4603 leads an eastbound train across an old Santa Fe bridge in Kingman Canyon just as the last bit of sun light paint the power consist.
CREX 1413 leads a long westbound grain load through downtown Kingman.
BNSF 5245, 7670, 4836, & 1069 lead westbound stacks through scenic Kingman Canyon.
BNSF 7991 leads a stack train west through Kingman. I had just shot this unit a few weeks prior in Cameron.
BNSF 8011 leads a westbound Q train through Kingman Canyon in the early morning.
The second Tier 4 BNSF ET44C4 to lead a train west is on the point of this Atlanta to Los Angeles Q train seen here passing through scenic Kingman Canyon on the Seligman Sub. As a side note, this ... (more)
BNSF 5252, 4404, & 4942 lead an eastbound manifest through the Canyon.
BNSF 4391 leads a westbound stack train through Kingman.