OT-1 departs Ray Mine with a train of ore loads bound for Hayden.
OT-1 enters the Ray Jct. yard limits with a train of ore loads.
Ridin’ to a switch The conductor of Copper Basin Railway OT-1 rides the steps of GP39 No. 505 to a switch while running around their ore train at the ASARCO dumper in Hayden, Arizona, o... (more)
Copper Basin Railways OT-1 job has just finished at the dumper and begins another trip to the mines.
The Arizona countryside blurs by just west of Kearny from a view from the cab of Copper Basin Railway EMD GP39CLC No. 505 on train OT-1 as the loaded ore train heads to Hayden on April 20, 2017.
Copper Basin Railway (CBRY) Copper Ore Train OT1 heads back South to the Hayden Smelter on their last run of the day with 48 loads of Copper Ore. They are seen here pulling the hill at Kearny, AZ.
Engineer Kenny Burgess is at the throttle of Copper Basin Railway EMD GP39 No. 505 on an OT-1 ore train near Kearrny, Arizona, headed for loading at at Ray Mine on April 20, 2017
EMD GP39 No. 505 leads Copper Basin Railway train OT-1 across Bridge 988.36 at Ray Junction, Arizona, on the afternoon of April 21, 2017.
The conductor of Copper Basin Railway’s OT-1 unit ore train shuttle signals the engineer to pull forward as he pulls the pin on GP39 No. 505 at Hayden, Arizona, on April 20, 2017. OT-1 is in the m... (more)
Copper Basin's OT-2 job rolls through Ray heading north to the mine
Copper Basin train OT-1 works up the grade at Ray on its way to be loaded at the mine. GP39 #505 leads two more EMD geeps and 50 empties.
CBRY 505 hustles the unit train towards Ray Mine as it catches the sun literally 1 minute before sinking below the mountains.
The unit train is seen at the bottom of Hayden Spur where it crosses Rte 177 and into the yard. The train will keep rolling for Ray Mine arriving shortly after sunset.
A train of sulfuric acid swings through the curve at Kelvin on the final stretch to the mine at Ray on the Copper Basin.
A train of sulphuric acid comes from the processor at Hayden heading for the mine at Ray. A few ore cars are up front to serve as buffers on this Copper Basin train.