It's a few minutes after sunrise in Kingman as the S-LHWALT1 passes through town on their way to the Dallas-Fort Worth area with a train of marine containers with imports.
Q-CHISBD7 follows behind an H-BELBAR about a minute before the sun set behind the hills to the west.
A pair of ballast trains work on laying the last section of ballast on the new Truxton Flyover on Oct. 25, 2020. After 10 months of construction, the Truxton Flyover is designed to create an easie... (more)
Z-LACCHI7 heads away from the setting sun at Pica.
The afternoon draws to a close as the H-BELBAR heads west into the setting sun.
A westbound BELBAR charges out of Seligman with a set of elephant style GEs for power.
A 2nd section S-ALTSCO rolls into Seligman with a short consist bound for the Ports of LA and Long Beach.
A Z9 heads east out of Seligman with the usual set of GEs for power in the late evening.
CTC is coming to the east end of the Phoenix Sub. As Z-WINPHX prepares to run around a tied down ethanol train here, they pass a new signal that will soon be cut in at Ash Fork.
Z-WINPHX passes the soon to be replaced hand switch at the east end of the siding at Ash Fork.
A westbound Z train wends its way through Kingman Canyon on main one.
A short and fast moving ZAUGSBD races west passing the Crookton overpass, east of Seligman in the early afternoon.
NS 4002 leads a westbound ZAUGSBD thru Cosnino as it climbs the Arizona Divide towards Flagstaff.
A new ET44C4 leads an eastbound ZLACWSP into Winslow off the Seligman Sub.
A fast moving ZSTOWSP departs Winslow after a quick crew change with one of BNSF's new 25th Anniversary units leading.