After many trips with my dad to California, Arizona, and New Mexico to photograph the Santa Fe. We start to explore some of the more obscure sections of the trans-con main line. The Crookton line ... (more)
Another Arizona Sunset explodes behind an autorack awaiting a crew at Phoenix Yard.
A train heard by everyone around town, (with 2 EMD’s and a BCOL C40-8M) makes its way through the last scenic section before entering the cityscape. Looking down, the train rumbles through Wickenb... (more)
A Union Pacific intermodal glides downhill through a snow covered Cienega Creek, on one of the biggest snow storms in years to hit Southern Arizona.
A loaded coal train bound for Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico. rolls through a stormy afternoon on the UP Gila Sub. This being an insane day in Southern Arizona with snow in Tucson and other rare location... (more)
EMD power brings up the rear of a harbor bound stack train in Kingman Canyon.
The hottest train on the Union Pacific Sunset Route drops downgrade through the Sonoran Desert with an all NS Consists including the NS 1074 heritage unit.
Making it look easy, an empty well car train easily glides up the Shawmut grade in the early morning hours. Recent record rain from a few weeks back has brought out many flowers this "spring".
An all Norfolk Southern consist, including NS 1074 the Lackawanna heritage unit passes through the middle of the Arizona desert.
Entering Ash Fork limits, BNSF 6225 makes a big turn to the west onto the approach into the actual town of Ash Fork, AZ.
BNSF C44-9W 4839, C44-9W 4083, CSX SD70MAC 4553 and C44-9W 5017 eastbound at Kingman, Arizona.
An eastbound Q train exits Slaughter House Canyon as it works through Kingman with a pair of NS units in the lashup.
Splitting the signals at SP 865.2 in the evening golden glow.
Rolling downgrade in the middle of the Shawmut curve.
Through the SP era searchlights, UP 6074 glides downgrade from Shawmut, AZ.