We're back! Webb Rail LLC - WEBX's former Northern Pacific Railway Budd built Pullman dome/sleeper 313 (WEBX 801044) and former New York Central Railroad Budd built Pullman obs/diner/sleeper "... (more)
The UP 2723 winds around on the lower track of the Cienega Creek preserve passing past the "Old Vail" water tower.
A small eastbound manifest begins the climb out of the Cienega Creek Preserve for points east
The beauty of Monsoon season. An extremely slow day on the Lordsburg ended with a massive severe thunderstorm developing over the Benson area. This cell continued to grow and grow until it was ove... (more)
A special and rare leader on this EB intermodal train as it snakes its way through Cienega Creek. Later in the day this train would pass a CNW leader going WB. Something extremely rare in the year... (more)
The Premium Intermodal-Atlanta-LATC also known as the ZAILC rounds the bend on the top track of the Union Pacific Lordsburg Subdivision. This train is notorious for having all NS power lead it fro... (more)
A rather grimy SP 8529 leads a doublestack through the curves near Empirita. Trailing consist is SP 8496, SP 9201, RG 5377, and Family Lines 2584.
Cotton Belt 9624 leads an eastbound doublestack through the curves near Empirita. Trailing consist is SP 8004, SP 7369, SSW 9629 and SP 9603.
4014 is on the eastbound S-curve, prior to passing under the westbound trestle at Cienega Creek
The Union Pacific Big Boy, UP 4014, exiting the lower track of the Cienega Creek Preserve before climbing up grade for Mescal, AZ.
UP 5711 leading a massive double stack train through Cienega Creek on an early October morning
UP 4474 leads a westbound autorack train across the Cienega Creek bridge as it heads towards Tucson.
At the end of the day on April 22, 2017, a westbound Union Pacific freight train rumbles over Cienega Creek Bridge at Vail, Arizona, on the Sunset route.
SP 8526, with the Kodachrome paint scheme, leads a mixture of SP and Cotton Belt power, plus former Conrail 6693, westbound across the Cienega Creek Bridge. As clouds continue to build, the train ... (more)
SP 7792 leads Cotton Belt 9702 and Santa Fe 7493 west across the Cienega Creek Bridge on Independence Day, 1995.