A westbound passes beneath one of the last SP signal bridges on Beaumont Hill.
An H1 leads a tourist eastbound up the Arizona Divide.
Out front of a nine unit lash-up, a rather well preserved Warbonnet arcs around the curve at the bottom of the grade separation on the eastern slope of Ash Hill.
Illuminated upon arrival by a brake in the clouds, a westbound passes the crosses honoring two fallen railroaders.
DPU does have its moments, like this Warbonnet shoving an eastbound toward Summit.
An eastbound ascends toward West Crookton atop the newer of the two alignments up this hill.
A westbound unit grain move descends into town from the east with four units on the point, three mid-train, and this lovely pair on the back.
A westbound steel train in route to Fontana crosses onto the center main as a following doublestack on the same track approaches the control point signal.
The DPU on an eastbound passes work on the new bridge over the old toll road at dawn with a typical Southern California marine layer in the background.
A westbound mixed curves into the sunset.
The eastbound turn from Kingman descends into town out of a cloudless sunset
Three trains converge at the top of the pass. From the bottom up: a westbound BNSF with an eastbound mixed in the middle, and a southbound UP above it all just moments before the sunset.
A westbound descending the hill aside finished right-of-way at MP66.
A westbound descends into a curve more noted for eastbound trains.
A GE does its imitation of an ALCO getting away from a restrictive signal with an eastbound starting the climb to Summit.