A manifest out of Barstow, Calif., heading for Tulsa, Okla., rolls east into Seligman at Fort Rock Road on March 10, 2015.
BNSF 4002, CEFX 6008, BNSF 5067, & NS 6921 power an eastbound manifest. After passing under Route 66 the train will be on the 1960 realignment known as the Crookton cutoff.
Santa Fe C30-7 8010 is MU’ed to two other GEs, U28-GC’s 7909 and 7902 which originally had been passenger units with steam generators and red warbonnets, on a westbound freight after exchanging cr... (more)
Four GE motors hustle a Clovis, NM bound stack train out of Seligman during the chilly November morning.
On my drive back home for winter break from Northern Arizona University, I stopped briefly at Crookton. I was reading some forest service information sign off the side of the road, eating my break... (more)
Chugging hard out of town is a westbound manifest with three General Electric motors on the point roaring with life on a cold, fall evening in Seligman.
A 6600 series GEVO pulls a Stockton, CA to Willow Springs, IL intermodal train out of Seligman after over taking another train in town.
Three elephant-style GEs lead this stack train westward as they charge upgrade out of Seligman.
One of the first orders of C4s is on the point of a Los Angeles Harbor (Pier 400) to Clovis, NM stack train as it battles the grade exiting east Seligmam.
As the setting sun slides behind the western mountains of Seligman, the eastbound Los Angeles, CA to Chicago, IL Z7 charges out of the small town as the lead unit knocks the clear signal at East S... (more)
A westbound ethanol unit train snakes its way down into Seligman as the temperature reaches the 90 degree range in the evening.
Just after sunset east of Seligman on March 9, 2005, an eastbound BNSF manifest freight train passes over a high fill under a colorful Arizona sky.
A fortuitous break in the double stack containers on a westbound BNSF train allows a look at the roller coaster grade into Seligman, Arizona, where an eastbound is cruising through town, and anoth... (more)
An eastbound BNSF stack train leaves Seligman, Arizona, behind on the morning of March 10, 2005.
A quatuor of GE locomotives downgrade into Seligman,AZ on BNSF Transcon.