The local crosses Tillbury Rd. in Kearny. Due to the large number of hoppers and tanks on this local, the usual GP9s and 18s have been left in Hayden in favor of some GP39s and 40s
The local crosses Florence-Kelvin Highway on the line to Magma junction.
Westbound OT-1 is rounding the curve at Ray Junction. The new paint stands out in the warm afternoon sun.
The fresh paint glistens in the afternoon sun at Ray Junction, AZ. This is the first new paint scheme for the Copper Basin in over 20 years.
The Copper Basin's newly painted GP40-3 #303 is westbound near Kearny, AZ.
The OT-1 is at Ray Junction headed towards the mine for another train load of copper ore.
On the first day of fall it's a 100°F+ afternoon while an inbound shuttle hauls ore from the Ray Mine to the ASARCO copper smelter in Hayden, Arizona.
The OT-1 is northbound at Kelvin in nice late afternoon light.
Copper Basin Railway caboose “Jake” 017 sits in front of the shop at Hayden, Arizona, on the morning of March 8, 2005. The caboose is named after CBRY’s President and Chief Operating Officer, L.S.... (more)
Copper Basin Railway’s President and Chief Operating Officer L.S. “Jake” Jacobson poses on the front of spotless GP18 No. 201 at Hayden, Arizona, on March 8, 2005. Jake has run the CBRY for many y... (more)
The OT-1 (Ore Train 1) is southbound in the late afternoon at Ray Junction with 54 loads of copper ore.
The Local is westbound in Kearny with a varied consist.
An empty OT-1 passing through Kearny.
Ore loads are leaving the Ray Mine for the return to Hayden, passing the "must-have" shot on the line.