An eastbound intermodal train chugs out of the Darlington Sag as it is greeted by the early morning sunlight on its way to St. Louis, MO.
A westbound stack train charges up the Arizona Divide as it goes over one of the many sags along the Seligman Subdivision.
An ex- ATSF Dash 8 leads a Stockton, CA to Atlanta, GA intermodal train out of Darling as it heads for Winslow where a new crew will take over the journey east.
An eastbound Z train races out of Darling with a pair of dark horse in tow as they notch up and give an extra boost getting out of the sag on a hot, late August morning.
After clearing the red board for track work, an eastbound intermodal train slowly starts to gain speed down Ash Hill at Siberia.
A hot Z9 intermodal train bound for New York has no problem with the climb up towards Walapai as it roars through Kingman Canyon on a comfortable August evening.
An eastbound manifest notches up out of the sag of Darling with the sun setting behind the San Fransisco Peaks.
As the the 1 O' clock out approaches on the morning of August 24th, a A westbound intermodal train charges up the Arizona Divide as the sounds of General Electric motors roar across the downtown a... (more)
Four GEs decent down Kingman Canyon as they keep this intermodal train under control as it heads for the ports of Los Angeles.
Three GE locomotives descend down the Arizona Divide as they head for Winslow as the sun starts to set behind the San Fransisco Peaks at Darling.
One of the highest priority train the BNSF system, Willow Springs to North Bay, waste no time climbing over the Arizona Divide as it rounds the bend at Cosnino.
A San Bernardino, CA to Willow Springs, IL UPS intermodal train races out Kingman after heavy monsoon showers have covered the northern Arizona desert with green planet life.
With the shadows of the setting sun begin to crawl up the sides of the canyon's walls, a hot Z9 train races towards Kingman on the BNSF seligman Subdivision.
After a long day of work, the crew of a westbound "K" stack train slowly rolls into the BNSF terminal in Needles where a new crew would take the train to Barstow.
A Texas-bound UP stack train is being build by a PHL crew as they wait for Badger Bridge to lower so they could shove back to the APL terminal on Terminal Island to pick up the rest of their train... (more)