Leaving Las Vegas, A westbound stack train rolls across Las Vegas Blvd in Jean after meeting one at Erie (look close). Also the 7 magical mountain exhibit can be seen in the distance.
The stack train that got stuck in Vegas for 6 hours due to work curfews is now escaping the city, seen climbing through Sloan.
A stack train that had been "trapped" for hours by work curfews finally leaves Las Vegas. Today has been a busy day for trains as curfews kept traffic going in bunches with 10 trains.
The Denver Z winds through Sloan, south of Vegas. This interesting location is the go to place for "any sun angle" photo in the area and remarkably is only about a 10 minute drive to The Strip.
A DPU brings up the rear of a manifest arriving at Arden in Las Vegas. Arden's Cactus Rd Overpass is a great and safe place to stake out the UP in the hit or miss train environment of Vegas.
A set of SD70M's on the Arden local work the yard while a way freight makes a set out and a pick up.
RP contributor Maryann Pickering waves at one of the few manifests we saw among fleets of intermodals. Today had been largely cloudy but for a few minutes we did get a ray of sun.
Among the fleets of intermodal trains, this solid steel coil train showed up.
A high priority UPS train rounds the bend in Kingman Canyon. Each time I have visited here, this train showed up right at 1500hrs. This is the only train we saw without double stacks.
Three GE's bring a stack train, one of many through the canyon
Five motors lead this Z train through Kingman Canyon.
A new ET44C4 leads autoracks through Kingman Canyon.
A BNSF Z train snakes through Kingman Canyon.
BNSF DPU's lean into a long stack train in Famous Kingman.
FEC 105 brought a surprise. On rare occasion EMD's get assigned to through train, this time 105 running Ethanol south.