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.
The UP 5546 brings up the head end of a 1x1 autotrain in the Creek Preserve.
The UP 6832 fly over the top track at the Cienega Creek preserve as it begins the easy task of gliding downgrade into Tuscon.
UP 9039 rolls downgrade into Tucson, AZ as an extremely rare snow storm hits southern Arizona
An extra Santa Teresa to Long Beach train sails over the Cienega Creek bridge with a decent sized train.
A WB Union Pacific autorack train glides downgrade through Vail
After snowing all night in southern AZ UP 8572 leads a long manifest up the grade to the summit in Mescal. The bridge here in Vail rarely ever sees this much snow.
Rounding the endless bends of the Cienega Creek Natural Preserve the eastbound UP 2571 with a, at the time, fairly new Tier 4 "GEvo" leading approaches the Vail Flyovers.
After heavy snowfall in Southern Arizona a WB UP stack train glides downgrade toward Tucson.
The Lordsburg Division dispatcher has taken the Cotton Belt 9712 east up the shorter north track between Tucson and Mescal, allowing this APL doublestack to across the large Cienega Creek bridge.
UP 3952 glides over snowy Cienega Creek in Southern AZ
𝐀 𝟐𝟎𝟏𝟗 𝐌𝐢𝐫𝐚𝐜𝐥𝐞! What a truly awesome way to start off 2019. Something extremely rare happened on New... (more)
UP 1983 leads a long manifest through the tight curves of Cienega Creek