CREX 1432 leads a westbound military train through Kingman with a nice coating of snow under extremely cold conditions.
3 CP units lead this Sioux City to Barstow freight west along the Seligman Sub.
Eastbound tonnage with a leased CP unit work out of Slaughter house canyon.
A Westbound V train enters Slaughter House Canyon as it passes through Kingman, AZ.
A Westbound V train passes through Kingman Canyon.
CP 8878 west leads this Barstow bound manifest freight through Kingman on BNSF's Seligman Sub.
A very rare occurrence as 3 CP units lead this westbound BNSF freight through Kingman, AZ on the Transcon.
Neither a rattlesnake nor the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, but a long westbound doublestack "snake" of the BNSF on the Transcon through Crozier Canyon, seen from the south rim.
Running west on the normally eastbound main, a mostly bare table train navigates Kingman Canyon.
From way atop Kingman canyon we catch a meet between an LA bound stack train and a Chicago bound Z9.
From about as high as you can climb in Kingman Canyon the view is spectacular as we catch eastbound stacks winding their way through the canyon.
A westbound intermodal train is running the Crozier Canyon.
Westbound Chicago to Richmond, CA intermodal passing through Kingman Canyon
The BNSF railway and old Rt 66 both wind their way through Kingman canyon and on this late afternoon day we catch a Chicago bound stack train making it's way eastward.
The shadows are growing longer late in the afternoon in Kingman Canyon as a Z9 stack train charges east.