In early morning, an eastbound stack train splits the iconic rock formation near the west end of Kingman Canyon.
A long EB Q train climbs upgrade through Slaughterhouse Canyon
A long eastbound stack train winds its way upgrade through the west end of Kingman Canyon. The EMD leader was one of only two observed during eight days on the western end of the Transcon.
Two Z trains (the 2nd one to the right being BNSF 6696 W. Z ALTSTO9 02L) meet in Kingman Canyon on a blazing hot afternoon.
A long EB empty oil train climbs upgrade through Kingman Canyon
BNSF 4762 East, an extra carrying military vehicle, passes the famous Route 66 sign in Kingman, AZ. The eastbound has just exited Kingman Canyon, and is now headed for the long tangent on the flat... (more)
BNSF 684 leads a Richmond bound V train through Kingman Canyon.
There are quite a bit of EMD units roaming around the Southern Transcon lately. BNSF 9081 leads another eastbound stack train around the sweeping curve as it enters Slaughter House Canyon.
BNSF 4814 leads a westbound manifest through Kingman Canyon.
BNSF 6660 leads an eastbound SOIGPEA, sporting a nice lashup of power from CN and NS.
EMD power leads an eastbound stack train through Kingman as it enters Slaughter House Canyon.
Always lots of action in Kingman's Slaughterhouse Canyon...this sweeping view of an eastbound manifest on this early spring morning
SF30C 9516 leads SDFP45 95 and SD40-2 5146 on a westbound.
BNSF 6933 leads an eastbound intermodal train west of Kingman, Arizona
Santa Fe SD45 5326 leads Dash 8-40B 7440, BN C30-7 5556 and SDF40-2 5263
on an eastbound climbing through Kingman Canyon.