The Houston, TX to Los Angeles, CA stack train crawls at snail pace up out of Needles to the summit at Goffs as more slow westbound tail gate behind this heavy land barge.
A high priority Z UPS trail bound for San Bernardino glides down track one of through Kingman Canyon on a chilly winter morning.
I came all the way out here for light engines? What a Jip! First train I see a light come over the crest from the Winslow Overpass and I'm ready to shoot some 10,000 foot long stack train,... (more)
Three units pull a heavy manifest up the two percent grade of Cajon as the sounds of EMD's and GE's breaks the silence of the pass.
A heavy stack train moves up Kingman Canyon as the DPUs help push all the stack containers to Winslow.
With the sun setting on the first day of the new year, this Phoenix, AZ to Chicago, IL stack train charges out of Darling down the Arizona Divide for Winslow where a new crew will take over to con... (more)
"Perfect Light" The sun finally rises over the skyscraper like cliffs of Kingman Canyon as the sunlight illuminates the BNSF lettering on the side of BNSF 5352 as it leads this Kansas City... (more)
Classic Kingman, Arizona! With a westbound stack gliding down the number one main through the canyon west for Needles, a heavy eastbound stack train out of the West Basin in San Pedro, CA (... (more)
A H1 C44-9W leads an empty grain down the tracks along Route 66 in the eastern Mojave Desert as it approaches Homer.
A loaded ethanol train bound for Watson Yard in Southern California bombs down the hill at Maine as it rides hot on the heals of a westbound stack train.
As the head end of a westbound unit coil train leaves Winslow with a fresh crew, an old crew on the BNSF 5355 crawls up to the red light a west Winslow to left the coil train clear the switch.
As a Q CLORIC3 04A passes on main one, A Q RICALT6 charges up and out of Darling.
Looking down from the Lowell Observatory over down town Flagstaff, BNSF 7521 moves up the Arizona Divide.
I made my first trip out to Canyon Diablo and the road wasn't as bad as it thought. Even though it was a bumpy ride it was worth the shot! Four BNSF units hauls down the hill across the canyon to ... (more)
Four units ride elephant style up out of Darling as they control this San Bernardino to NS interchange Z6 down the Arizona Divide on unusual warm winter day.