Snaking through Kingman Canyon, a CSX ES44AC and a new BNSF SD70ACe pull a westbound military train for the marine camp in Yermo on an April morning. The crew was very nice, tooting the horn a lot... (more)
BNSF 7585, 7010, 6514, & 6661 lead an eastbound intermodal train through Kingman Canyon.
BNSF 7858 & 4178 lead eastbound stacks into the west end of Kingman Canyon.
BNSF 7955, 7528, 6643, & 7054 lead a westbound intermodal train through the spectacular scenery of Kingman Canyon.
A long Barstow to Galesburg freight works through Kingman Canyon.
BNSF 6500 along with NS 2802, a former ATSF-ex BNSF SD75M lead this Oakland, CA bound stack train down Kingman Canyon.
CREX 1305 leads this H-KCKBAR through Kingman Canyon.
CREX lease power leads this Kansas City to Barstow high priority manifest freight through Arizona's Kingman Canyon.
BNSF 7579, 8132, & CREX 1350 lead eastbound auto racks through Kingman, AZ.
BNSF 4671 & 4116 lead a westbound intermodal train through Kingman canyon on a beautiful February day.
On our recent trip to the US, we stopped by Kingman for a few hours, what a great location.
Running wrong main because of MOW, BNSF 6669 leads a westbound freight down through Kingman Canyon on the normal Eastbound main.
Curving through Kingman Canyon, an eastbound BNSF stack train crosses a bridge over a dry wash west of Kingman, Arizona, on March 16, 2005.