On a cold November morning a westbound BNSF grain train stretches across the rails at Cherokee with Cherokee Point silhouetted by the rising sun.
BNSF 8005 east leads an eastbound z -train through Truxton canyon between Cherokee and Peach Springs, AZ.
They were single tracking through Crozier canyon and trains were fleeting. Here you see a short HBARLUB1-29 climbing out of Cherokee headed towards Peach Springs, it snuck in on the tail of a few ... (more)
One of my favorite locations on the Seligman sub. The opportunity for this photo is very short when the sun it at its most Northern point in AZ. Here a nice looking KCS unit brings up the rear of... (more)
BNSF 4562 leads an early morning z train through Cherokee canyon towards Peach Springs, AZ in front of the photogenic "Music Mountains"
Early summer morning light brightens the train up in a dark Cherokee Canyon on the BSNF Seligman sub. Here BNSF 6368 is leading the Westbound QCHISTO6-28.
BNSF 3923 brings up the rear of an eastbound stack train. The train has just left Cherokee and is curving through Yampai Canyon on the approach to Peach Springs, AZ.
Four GE motors run elephant style as they race through Yampai Canyon, between Truxton and Peach Spring, on their hot TOFC train; bound for San Bernardino, CA.
Slowly crawling up the grade towards the summit of Yampai Hill, a three motors on the point work hard to pull 8,000' long harbor train for Clovis, NM.
A Los Angeles, CA to Chicago, IL Z-train slowly chugs along the open landscape of Truxton as it enters Yampai Canyon.
As a Los Angeles, CA to New York, NY Z-train slugs up the grade through Yavapai Canyon as the hot Willow Springs to SBD train charges down the grade, through the tight S-curves of the canyon.
A pair of GE motors help control the tail end of a heavy international intermodal train across the open range of northern Arizona, near the Hualapai Nation Reservation, as the setting sun dips beh... (more)
Racing towards Crozier Canyon, BNSF 7548 west passes through Cherokee just east of the canyon as it heads west.