Navajo red sandstone melts away in the heatwaves of a 10,000 foot stack train charging up the 1.25% grade towards the Continental Divide.
Loads of black diamond for Coronado, AZ sprint across the Western New Mexico desert, only a few miles from entering Arizona.
The Westbound Tulsa to Barstow passes some neat rock formations in Western New Mexico.
GE's easily concur the 1.25% grade leading to the Continental Divide with a Los Angeles to Willow Springs Z train in tow.
Red sandstones, Dash 8's and blue skies, what more could you ask for?
A H2 BNSF ES44DC leads the Kansas City to Barstow priority manifest through Eastern Arizona. Much thanks to RP contributor John Benner for the use of the lens and the great "tour"!
A rising sun glints the sides of a Westbound hot shot Z train on a bittery cold morning.
A heavy "land barge" scoots across the New Mexico desert on a beautiful January afternoon.
A Westbound junk train claws towards the Continental Divide with a nift consist.
Double stacks for the LA Harbor scream in Run 8 towards the Continental Divide on a bittery cold February afternoon. Air temp: -4, windchill: -27... Not too bad, but too cold for this California b... (more)
A BN Execu-Mac leads an empty bucket East through the small New Mexico town of Bluewater.
Empties from Springerville race back to the PRB through a snow-covered New Mexico desert.
The 211 local waits for a light at West Pegs after dropping cars at the Western Fuels Power Plant.
Two Swooshie'd B40-8W's rumble West, wrong-main-running back to Gallup after serving Western Fuels.
BNSF 7244, 4623, & 7269 lead an eastbound stack train across western New Mexico.