The sun peaks through creating some interesting lighting as BNSF 4017 runs eastbound out of East Williams Jct.
The eastbound stack train leaves the town of Seligman in the background after a cold storm leaves nearly 2 feet of snow on the ground.
The eastbound VPHXELP has just left the Phoenix Sub and entered the Seligman at Williams Jct, about 1/4 mile west of the location of the photo.
A KCS AC4400CW leads the X-BARQUA1-27C, an empty BNSF grain train out of the tunnel at Nelson, AZ. This double track tunnel was the only one of its kind on the entire Santa Fe system.
The summer was horrible for fires and smoky skies. The smell and smoky skies were there during what seemingly felt like the whole summer. On September 19th the western horizon was finally starting... (more)
Just before the sun dipped behind the distant clouds, BNSF 4982 leads an eastbound train through Angell on the Seligman Sub.
BNSF 6888 leads ethanol loads through Angell, AZ on 20 Sep 20.
The rear end device on the tail of a westbound train lights up as the sun sets over Angell in Northern Arizona on the Seligman Sub. We got an eastbound 3 minutes after the sun dipped below the hor... (more)
DPUs on a westbound grain train are silhouetted by the rising sun near Sunshine, AZ on a beautiful summer morning.
During an intense monsoon storm with heavy rainfall, the westbound Winslow to Phoenix z train operates through E. Darling, AZ.
BNSF 8158 leads a westbound z train into Pica, AZ.
An eastbound auto train speeds through Canyon Diablo at sunset in the summer of 2019.
On a cold November morning a westbound BNSF grain train stretches across the rails at Cherokee with Cherokee Point silhouetted by the rising sun.
As the sun rises another eastbound train speeds across the wide open spaces on the East end of the Seligman sub.
A westbound Z- train curves through Cosnino, AZ in the summer of 2019.