BNSF 5756 leads a manifest uphill at Daze, AZ just a few minutes after sunrise.
After an evening snow storm, fresh snow covers the region as the ZWSPPHX7-26 glides downhill at Daze, AZ on 28 Dec 2019.
During the last seconds of sunlight, BNSF 7081 grinds up the grade through the tight curves at Daze on the BNSF Phoenix sub in Arizona.
With less than 3 minutes of light left BNSF 7081 grinds up the grade through the tight curves at Daze on the BNSF Phoenix sub in Arizona.
Clear skies brighten up the region following a night of snow, as the westbound Phoenix bound z-train descends towards Ash Fork, AZ.
An eastbound baretable with empty containers grinds uphill in the early morning light at Daze.
A westbound z winds downhill through Daze near Ash Fork, AZ on the BNSF Phoenix Sub.
From above BNSF 6217 leads train ZPHXWSP underneath gorgeous skies through one of my favorite locations on the Phoenix sub at Daze, AZ (between Ash Fork and Williams).
El Mirage bound autoracks traverse a horseshoe curve on the BNSF PHX Sub on a chilly winter morning.
On April 19 an Eastbound BNSF is racing a fast moving storm which produced a little snow, although it did not stick.
BNSF 4578 leads the westbound ZWINPHX down the steep and curvy Pheonix sub, timed perfectly between clouds.
Hard to catch a train on the Peavine, but I was lucky enough one day to catch a decent sized PHWBEL climbing and curving up the Phoenix sub. The town visible in the back is Ash Fork. This is part... (more)