Slowly gliding down the hill from Yampi, BNSF 7842 is in control of a 2x1 steel coil train as it has a max speed of 45mph going down the hill.
Westbound on the Santa Fe Transcon near Valentine, a mixed freight snakes its way through western Arizona on its trek west across the desert Southwest.
Two freight trains meet at track speed in the heart of Crozier Canyon east of Valentine, Arizona, on the afternoon of March 6, 1996. At this point, both Santa Fe and Burlington Northern were subsi... (more)
BNSF 4504 making it's decent into Valentine, AZ along the original 'US Route 66' from Flagstaff.
An eastbound Santa Fe intermodal train slinks its way through the heart of Crozier Canyon near Valentine, Arizona, on March 6, 1996. On the point are two GE B40-8Ws, a GP60 and a GP60B.
A cut of heavy-duty Department of Defense flatcars loaded with M1 Abrams tanks are on an eastbound Santa Fe (early BNSF) freight curving through Crozier Canyon near Valentine, Arizona, on the afte... (more)
An eastbound Santa Fe freight curves through the heart of Crozier Canyon east of Valentine, Arizona, on March 6, 1996.
A clean Super Fleet warbonnet GE C44-9W leads an eastbound intermodal train through Crozier Canyon, Arizona on the afternoon of March 6, 1996. Trailing No. 615 are two older C40-8Ws, Nos. 865 and ... (more)
In the last hour of sun on another gorgeous, but hot Arizona day, one more westbound leans into the sweeping curve between Valentine and Hackberry, AZ on the Seligman Sub.
A lengthy train of bare tables work westbound through the beautiful Arizona landscape. Even though the temp is at 11o degrees, with scenes like this I don't mind a bit.
Westbound on the BNSF Seligman Subdivision near Valentine, a BNSF stack train catches the diffused afternoon light, as storms from the west move across Arizona.
A wall o' domestic doublestacks winds into Crozier Canyon.
Leaning on the super elevated curve, another westbound crawls through the rocky terrain on the Sleigman Sub.
Climbing upgrade through the heart of the canyon.