2 BNSF GE's wait for a loaded UP ore train to cross the Stockton Dimaonds before they can continue west.
The train on the Left is on main 2 the grade is .39% in the new trench and the coal EMTs are on the old main 1 .82% that is now used as a siding, Cold and Sunny day.
An eastbound BNSF has just left Flagstaff behind as it
races across northern Arizona.
With an H1 Dash 9 on the point, a westbound stack train coasts downgrade around a sweeping curve between Lake Park and Hawley.
A clean GE leads an even nicer SD45-2.
Quintuple-powered daily H-train departs a couple of hours late and takes in the last minutes of sunlight. Second unit is BNSF 338, a GP60B.
with BNSF 8260, ATSF 886, BNSF 981
BNSF 1025 leads CSX Q456 at Orlando, FL.
CSX Q45626 with BNSF 1025 leading crosses Lake Monroe.