Two GEVO's charge up hill through Kingman Canyon.
Browningia candelaris, aka candelabra cactus
The candelabra cactus is a tree-like cactus, up to 4.5m tall (15 feet). They occur between about 2,000 and 2,800m (6500 – 9200 ft), a... (more)
Running through the cacti ...
The old SP alignment is still visible in the back.
Not a railroad related caption
At San Bartolome, the Central crosses an area cultivated with cactuses. These cactuses do not produce the barbary fig (prickly pear). Instead they ... (more)
The Balta loops
The Balta loops are located between Surco and Matucana. The first loop is a circular tunnel and the second one is illustrated on this picture. Between the lower e... (more)
Ingew Municipalities Class 19D works a short passenger train towards Riverside. The aloes, for which this area is famous have just started to bloom.
Southwest Portland Cement's line run from mine to mainline processing plant.
6299 leads a westbound train at Cima under an uncharacteristicly cloudy sky. I think the big fellow is a Joshua tree. Please tell me if I`m wrong.
One of what seems like an infinite number of cacti looks on as a pair of UP engines climb up the hill out of Gila Bend with a rack train.
UP 5300 west heads towards Tucson and a recrew.
Eastbound through Kingman Canyon
Sping color in the desert.
The "Unit Train" drifts down from the smelter with acid tanks & will take the mainline to Ray.
CBRY 502 leads 54 loads, just west of Ray Junction, bound for the dumper at Hayden, AZ.