A nice suckerhole finds a BNSF work train sitting in the siding at Levy. The train was brought down a few days prior and the power is being held to bring back a couple cuts of hopper cars from Lev... (more)
After another 3 hour drive to give the signature shot at Lake Powell one last shot, the morning empty wasted no time departing at 0700 sharp just as a nice suckerhole in the high elevation clouds ... (more)
Black Mesa & Lake Powell empties swing around the loop track at the loadout for Peabody Western near Kayenta, AZ.
BM&LP empties cross the last public road and head into the loop track for the Peabody loadout.
After turning the corner at Cow Springs, the empty Black Mesa & Lake Powell train heads east along US 160 to the loadout near Kayenta.
BM&LP empties roll through Coconino County as the approach the overpass for Indian Route 21 just south of Kaibito.
BM&LP empties roll through Coconino County and skirt the small town of Kaibito.
With Upper Antelope Slot Canyon in the background, a loaded Black Mesa & Lake Powell coal train is seen approaching the Navajo Generating Station in Page, AZ.
A Navajo Mine ET44AC is seen pushing another empty train across Table Mesa Road which is the only public road that crosses the 13.8 mile long mainline. The train runs all day Mon-Fri so it was a p... (more)
Escalante Western loads head south along BNSF's Lee Ranch Sub seen just north of Ambrosia Lake.
Escalante Western loads rumble through McKinley County on BNSFs Lee Ranch Sub.
Just another afternoon at Bernal as #3 knocks down the semaphore intermediates.
After picking up the MoW equipment at Colmor, the MoW track gang train is seen knocking down the northern most semaphores on the Raton Sub at MP 706.1.
A pair of BNSF units head east as they knock down the WSS Levy. The power is headed to Colmor where they will pickup a train of track equipment and bring it up to Trinidad.
A pair of BNSF units is seen splitting the intermediate semaphores north of Wagon Mound. The power is headed to Colmor where they will pickup a train of track equipment and bring it up to Trinidad... (more)