BNSF 7173 leads an eastbound double stack through Kingman Canyon as T. Rex and a group of Jeepsters prepare for some off road fun.
BNSF 4050 rolls East with a double stack through Kingman Canyon and along the "wrong main".
BNSF 6072 leads an eastbound mixed freight along the high route through Kingman Canyon as a stacker rolls West down low.
BNSF 8512 leads a westbound stack train in the late afternoon at McConnico.
BNSF 6147 leads a hot ZNBYWSP thru Kingman as it works upgrade at Slaughter House Canyon.
BNSF 3954 brings up the rear of a westbound stack train in the early morning.
A colorful BARGAL works upgrade thru Kingman. This train was massive running 5X2X1.
BNSF 7199 leads a westbound QCHISTO at McConnico with a pair of FXE EMD's in the consist.
Westbound stacks in Kingman Canyon with a CN unit 2nd back.
Eastbound stacks work upgrade thru Slaughter House Canyon in the early morning.
BNSF 5373 leads an eastbound stacker along the Seligman Sub and through downtown Kingman, AZ.
BNSF 8259 leads a westbound stacker along the Seligman Sub and through Kingman Canyon after a record setting 18" snowfall.
BNSF 7232 leads a eastbound stacker along the Seligman Sub and through Kingman, AZ.
An eastbound in Kingman Canyon proudly displays the warbonnet colors. It is just me, or does the BNSF logo amount to just a Big Nothing compared to "Santa Fe?" Fuji Provia F.
Eastbound train Kingman AZ