An eastbound stack train is on the big curve leading to the west end of Crozier Canyon. In the background, Laughing Jack Butte looks down on the scene.
At a classic Arizona photo location, an eastbound stack train with an impressive cut of power is about to sweep under the highway overpass at Winona (Darling). The snow covered San Francisco Peak... (more)
An eastbound stack train is snaking its way down the hill from Flagstaff to Winona (Darling). Early March snow covers the higher elevations of the San Francisco Peaks and contrasts with the arid ... (more)
In the heart of the Mojave Desert on a clear February afternoon a westbound TOFC train is approaching East Siberia, part way up the long pull to the summit at Ash Hill.
The sun has almost reached the western horizon as an eastbound intermodal approaches Goffs, California, on its trip across the Mojave Desert. The train is still working upgrade but will soon top ... (more)
An eastbound stack train swings through the big curve at Park Moabi, California, part of the 1945 line relocation when the present Colorado River bridge was completed. The train changed crews at ... (more)
After the long descent from the Arizona Divide, a westbound intermodal is crossing the Colorado River from Topock, Arizona, into California and will soon change crews at Needles before setting out... (more)
A long westbound stack train curves downgrade through Kingman Canyon, one of the most scenic areas on the BNSF Transcon route through Arizona. The eastbound track, with its easier grade, is on th... (more)