On April 19 an Eastbound BNSF is racing a fast moving storm which produced a little snow, although it did not stick.
BNSF 4578 leads the westbound ZWINPHX down the steep and curvy Pheonix sub, timed perfectly between clouds.
Railroads are known for their marvelous architecture for sure. From stations, to tunnels, and even to bridges, they always find a way to catch someone's eye. The Hell Canyon Bridge on the BNSF Pho... (more)
BNSF 7509 along with a CSXT unit lead a short westbound Winslow to Phoenix Z along the Peavine Line just west of Williams.
An overpowered Willow Springs bound Z train knocks down one of the last remaining searchlights along the Phoenix Sub before merging onto the Seligman Sub.
Just west of Downtown Williams on BNSF's Phoenix Sub, this empty TOFC train has arrived where the crew was taken off and moved to Winslow. Here the train sits along with 2 CP pool units just after... (more)
ATSF 3751 leads the Grand Canyon Limited homeward bound past the station sign at Kirkland on the BNSF Peavine.
BNSF 7068 powers a stack train, which also consists of a few autoracks tagged on the end, over the Little Hell's Canyon Bridge near Drake.
The Peavine's Santa Fe heritage shines through as BNSF's Chicago-Phoenix intermodal passes over AZ Highway 89 at Paulden.
The Phoenix Z train pops out of the bowl at Skull Valley on the Peavine.
This Phoenix bound Z train glides through the horseshoe curve over Welch Rd between Williams and Ash Fork on the "Peavine".
This Clovis to Phoenix Z train crosses over the impressive bridge over Hell Canyon just south of Drake, AZ on the "Peavine" in northern Arizona.
The eastbound Grand Canyon Limited has left A&C rails at Matthie Junction and is now headed north toward Williams on BNSF's Phoenix Subdivision, better known as "the Peavine."
Dynamics howl while a Warbonnet-led Z8 coasts to a stop in downtown Williams, awaiting a new track warrant, while the Grand Canyon Railway makes its evening arrival with a F40PH on the point.
GE's lead a Phoenix bound train around the horse shoe curve at Corva.