BNSF EMD power leads this Brownwood, TX to Barstow, CA high priority freight out of Crozier Canyon on the Seligman Sub.
A Memphis, TN to Los Angeles, CA silver Z- train exits Crozier Canyon as the engineer carefully controls the train down the 1.4 percent grade of Yampai Hill.
Westbound BNSF intermodal train near Valentine
A quartet of blue and yellow Santa Fe units lead a piggyback train through Arizona's Crozier Canyon on October 7, 1995.
Westbound Chicago to Richmond, CA intermodal passing through Valentine
A GE B40-8 and EMD SD39 combo lead Santa Fe's BATE1-07 train through Crozier Canyon east of Valentine, Arizona on October 7, 1995.
With the shadows creeping closer and closer to the tracks, a westbound KCKBAR manifest races through Valentine, AZ before making one more crew change at Needles, CA.
A quartet of four relatively clean BNSF GEVO's lead a westbound container train across the Seligman Subdivision near Valentine, Arizona.
With NS and UP power tow, a Kansas City, KC to Barstow, CA manifest glides down the grade into Kingman as it rolls through Valentine at last light with a monsoon storm in the background.
A westbound BNSF LA Harbor bound stack train accelerates through Valentine, AZ
A westbound BNSF stack train is gathering speed after negotiating a number of twenty five mph curves back in Crozier Canyon passing through Valentine
Working up the slight grade east of Valentine, 4 units lead this eastbound freight towards Crozier Canyon.
Just east of Valentine, a westbound freight exits Crozier Canyon. Historic Route 66 is seen on the far left and was a great way to see the American southwest on my first trip there.
BNSF ES44DC 7408 is seen leading a westbound Z train at Valentine, Az. Of note is CN 2158 in the consist former BNSF/ATSF 846 back on hire to BNSF! - 09/03/2014