Often regarded as photographic impediments, the quaint pole lines that paralleled every route are now an aesthetically endangered species amidst the increasingly uniform railroad earth. Here an ea... (more)
Manifest freights are an increasingly rare sight in this land of the double-stack and intermodal. Proof that railfans can still get their kicks on Route 66.
The westbound Southwest Chief sprints through Grants at track speed and toward the setting sun.
Southwest Chief #4 departs Winslow after setting out a cut of private cars in front of La Posada.
BNSF 5276 powers an east bound stack train past the red rocks of Lupton, AZ
BNSF 618 pilots a westbound manifest past the red rocks of North Guam, NM.
This eastbound stack is holding on the main near North Guam behind a manifest and a Q train.
Westbound 'Z' at West Baca. This is the junction with the Lee Ranch Subdivision (the east leg of the wye is visible to the left of the lead engine).
BNSF Westbound Freight Train at Prewitt, NM. on BNSF'S Gallup Sub
BNSF Westbound Doublestack Train at Prewitt, NM. on BNSF'S Gallup Sub