Apache RS11 904 in moving around the yard. This Is an ex SP unit. At this time all of The Apache units were painted Red White and Blue
With the telltale smoke plumes billowing out of the exhaust stacks, 4 ALCO/MLW units get the weekly train back up to track speed as they climb out of the Little Colorado River valley departing BNS... (more)
In the last year its major customer was in business, a lengthy 95 car Holbrook turn is headed for the BNSF interchange in Holbrook. Included in the train is the last empty coal train the Apache w... (more)
After many tries. We finally were able to catch the Apache running in May of 1992. Back when they wore the silver and blue paint scheme.
The Apache is on the home stretch to Snowflake now.
The vintage Apache power rolls over a cattle guard.
The smoke show is on at Pig Farm.
The Apache rolls past Red Rock. Bonus points if you can locate the second train in this frame.
The Apache has finished with their work in Holbrook and have started making their way towards Snowflake.
Apache Railway C424 98 and C420 companion climb the grade out of Holbrook, away from the BNSF interchange, headed home to Snowflake.
Climbing at Snowflake Junction on the way to Holbrook, AZ.
Lead unit is ex-L&N #1305.
Alcos on the high desert
Apache Railway’s road train switches the yard at Snowflake, Arizona, before heading to the BNSF interchange at Holbrook on March 7, 2005. Alco C420 No. 81 was originally Louisville and Nashville N... (more)