NS 4165, a GE Dash 9-44CW rebuilt in April, 2018 to a AC44C6M, leads the S-ALTSCO out of Crozier Canyon during the some late winter storm light.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief makes a daylight run through Valentine as it approaches a snowy Crozier Canyon. With high winds all night bring the railroad to a standstill, Amtrak was over 6 hours late ... (more)
The Kingman Local emerges out of a snow covered Croizer Canyon after completing their work at Nelson. Trains are still tied down on the Seligman Sub. The local and Amtrak #4 are the only two train... (more)
The Z-WSPLAC2 kicks up some fresh snow as it emerges out of Cherokee Canyon between Peach Springs and Truxton.
BNSF 7149 leads an eight car officer special across northern Arizona and back to Topeka, KS, as it passes through Crozier Canyon. The officer special was loaded with people, including BNSF's CEO, ... (more)
Four GEs battle the grade up Cajon Pass with the Z LACMEM as they pass through Mormon Rocks.
The DP motors of a loaded grain train help control 16,000 tons of weight as they descend through the "The Narrows" between Caliente and Ilmon.
Slowly battling the mountain grade of Tehachapi Pass, a monster Fresno, CA to Barstow, CA manifest snakes through the landscape at Rowen.
A heavy Modesto, CA to Barstow, CA manifest comes to a stop at the end of the double track section of Caliente to wait for a northbound train coming down from Bealville. Off to the engineer's side... (more)
A pair of locomotives head west out of Needles as they approach Java Flats on the eastern end of the Needles Sub. This train is the S CDZSCO1; stack train from Cadiz, CA to Thenard (Southern Calif... (more)
The Z STOWSP7 crosses over the Colorado River and Arizona/ California State Line as it begins its journey over the Seligman Sub with an NS leader.
A pair of former Santa Fe Warbonnets pull a 5,700' long baretable train as they head west for the Port of Los Angeles. This baretable train is traveling down main two in Kingman Canyon. Normally,... (more)
An eastbound intermodal train, bound for Chicago, IL, crest the hogback of Antares as it powers out of Kingman, AZ and continues the climb over the Arizona Divide.
A pair of GE motors are roaring in full dynamics as they hold back a westbound vehicle train as it descends down the 1.7% grade of Kingman Canyon.
A 15,000' combo train races around the long 70 MPH curve of Antares as it begins the drop into Walapai and into the town of Kingman.