BNSF 4126 leads the parade into Kingman. With five trains in this view, this section of the Seligman subdivision was hopping.
Four units charge up the grade, westbound, into Kingman.
A BNSF piggyback train rounds the curve through the scenic Slaughterhouse Canyon which is inside the city limits of Kingman AZ.
EMD power brings up the rear of a harbor bound stack train in Kingman Canyon.
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.
BNSF 6672 leads 2 NS units, the 3rd being the LV Heritage unit as they lead the QLACAUG through Kingman Canyon.
Just west of Kingman Canyon, FXE 4060 west races through McConnico as it heads for Needles and a crew change.
BNSF 284 leads a military train west through Kingman Canyon.
In February 2019, Northern Arizona was hammered by records amount of snowfall across the region. Kingman Canyon (3,500' elevation) saw over a foot of snow in a 24 hour period. Higher elevations, s... (more)
Record snowfall was seen across the state of Arizona last week providing for unique scenes. In Kingman, reports were up to 13 inches of snowfall. Here, three GE motors ease their way into Kingman ... (more)
BNSF 3827 leads an eastbound Z through Downtown Kingman.
DPU's bring up the rear end of a westbound S train in Kingman Canyon. Snow was on the ground as far west as Griffith.
4 units lead a westbound Slaton, TX to Barstow manifest through Kingman Canyon on the morning of Feb 22nd.
BNSF 3736 along with a CN unit lead a westbound stack train through a winter wonderland, as the train passes through Kingman Canyon.