After dumping their train in Hayden, OT-1 heads North to Ray Mine for loading then return for dumping.
CBRY OT-1 heads north to the Copper Ore Mine for loading in Kelvin, Az.
Engineer Kenny Burgess is at the throttle of Copper Basin Railway EMD GP39 No. 505 on an OT-1 ore train near Kearrny, Arizona, headed for loading at at Ray Mine on April 20, 2017
EMD GP39 No. 505 leads Copper Basin Railway train OT-1 across Bridge 988.36 at Ray Junction, Arizona, on the afternoon of April 21, 2017.
Copper Basin Railway’s ore train OT-1 exits short Tunnel 2 just east of Ray Junction, Arizona, on March 29, 2010.
Before departing Hayden, Arizona, for a trip to the Asarco’s Ray copper mine, the conductor of Copper Basin Railway’s OT-1 makes a roll-by inspection of the train on April 20, 2017.
Not long before sunset, Copper Basin Railway train symbol OT-1 unloads its train of copper ore at the ASARCO dumper in Hayden.
The conductor of Copper Basin Railway’s OT-1 unit ore train shuttle signals the engineer to pull forward as he pulls the pin on GP39 No. 505 at Hayden, Arizona, on April 20, 2017. OT-1 is in the m... (more)
Copper Basin Railway’s loaded ore train OT-1 pops out of Tunnel 2 at Ray Junction, Arizona, on April 21, 2017.
Copper Basin Railway’s OT-1 departs Ray Junction, Arizona, on the afternoon of April 20, 2017. Powering the loaded ore train toward Hayden is GP40-2 No. 304, GP39-2 No. 403 and GP39 No. 505.
The OT-1 is eastbound near Kearny as it climbs up out of the Gila River valley.