In a view from the cab of trailing unit EMD GP39CLC No. 505, eastbound Copper Basin Railway’s OT-1 ore train is about to thread Tunnel 2 near Ray Junction, Arizona, on April 20, 2017.
Copper Basin Railway EMD GP39 No. 401 leads empty ore train OT-1 out of Tunnel 2 at Ray Junction, Arizona, late in the afternoon of March 17, 2004.
OT-1 departs Ray Mine with a train of ore loads bound for Hayden.
OT-1 enters the Ray Jct. yard limits with a train of ore loads.
OT-1 timed their arrival at Kearny perfectly with a break in the clouds as they thunder west with a train of empties for the copper mine at Ray.
Ridin’ to a switch The conductor of Copper Basin Railway OT-1 rides the steps of GP39 No. 505 to a switch while running around their ore train at the ASARCO dumper in Hayden, Arizona, o... (more)
Copper Basin Railways OT-1 job has just finished at the dumper and begins another trip to the mines.
The Arizona countryside blurs by just west of Kearny from a view from the cab of Copper Basin Railway EMD GP39CLC No. 505 on train OT-1 as the loaded ore train heads to Hayden on April 20, 2017.
After dumping their train in Hayden, OT-1 heads North to Ray Mine for loading then return for dumping.
CBRY OT-1 heads north to the Copper Ore Mine for loading in Kelvin, Az.
Engineer Kenny Burgess is at the throttle of Copper Basin Railway EMD GP39 No. 505 on an OT-1 ore train near Kearrny, Arizona, headed for loading at at Ray Mine on April 20, 2017