On our recent trip to the US, we stopped by Kingman for a few hours, what a great location.
Running wrong main because of MOW, BNSF 6669 leads a westbound freight down through Kingman Canyon on the normal Eastbound main.
Curving through Kingman Canyon, an eastbound BNSF stack train crosses a bridge over a dry wash west of Kingman, Arizona, on March 16, 2005.
BNSF 8271, 6920, 7953, & 7956 lead an eastbound stack train running wrong main.
BNSF 5469 & 6909 lead westbound auto racks through Kingman Canyon. Old Trails Hwy in the foreground runs through the canyon between the east and west mains. In the upper left is Route 66.
ATSF 3759 was delivered in 1928 as a 3751 class 4-8-4 passenger locomotive. Originally a coal burning locomotive with 73-inch drivers, the fleet was converted to oil in 1936 and rebuilt between 19... (more)
BNSF 8136 leads a westbound intermodal train through scenic Kingman Canyon.
A port bound container train and a mixed freight meet in the heart of Kingman Canyon on a sunny afternoon in the desert.
Three more weathered looking locos do the dirty work of hauling this mixed freight east with a cleaner looking GEVO in the second spot just along for the ride. This bridge at the southern end of ... (more)
A mixed freight likely bound for Bakersfield or Barstow continues the parade of morning westbounds under the charge of a GEVO and two Dash 9s.
A Q train winds its way through the north end of Kingman Canyon on a gorgeous February day in Northwestern Arizona.
A pair of CSX units lead a westbound stack train through scenic Kingman canyon on a fantastic February day.