A Phoenix-bound Z train charges west as it glides through the town of Flagstaff Arizona.
Snow continues to fall midafternoon as a westward bound Z train passes by the famous Flagstaff depot and infamous Flagstaff live webcams that watch the tracks 24/7.
A unit ethanol train slowly climbs the grade west of Flagstaff as a morning snow shower falls around it.
Almost over the divide, the eastbound BNSF 8356 passes through Maine Arizona as it continues upgrade toward the Arizona Divide.
BNSF 4274 East glides into a curve as it tries to outrun the near whiteout conditions that it has just passed through.
SUPER STACK! BNSF 4138 west leads the S-LPCSO1, or more commonly known as the Super Stack a 14000' or so stack train in a 4×3×2 configuration. As snow showers begin to dissipate and the sun emerge... (more)
A WB Z train flys around the S curve near East Bellemont as it kicks up snow from rail-level as mother nature continues to form it.
Late night storms brought fresh powder to the northern reaches of the state, as the day continues near whiteout conditions appeared sporadically. But the trains continued to roll on this slower th... (more)
BNSF 6834 West begins its long journey dropping downgrade on the Seligman Subdivision after passing the Arizona divide a few miles east of its location. Late night storms brought fresh powder to t... (more)
After setting off some cars near the Kingman Airport and waiting for two additional eastbounds to run around, this local continues eastward. This location is about six miles east of Kingman and th... (more)