As the sun sets on another day, a BNSF domestic stack train en route to California snakes west through downtown Flagstaff, AZ on 12/11/17.
As the sun pops out of the clouds for a few minutes, BNSF 753 leads a solid warbonnet consist and a baretable west through the signals at West Flagstaff, AZ.
Four B40-8W's lead the hot shot 991 train just west of Flagstaff, Arizona.
After five days of nearly continuous snowfall in Jan. 2017, Flagstaff received a total of three feet of snow in town and eight feet on the slopes. On the six day, a small storm cell rolls through ... (more)
The hottest train on the system. With the newest units on the roster. A B40-8W leads 5 GP60M's in their beautiful red and silver paint.
As an eastbound intermodal races towards Winslow, BNSF 4977 crawls up the grade towards the summit of the Arizona Divide leading a long westbound intermodal through Walnut Canyon just east of Flag... (more)
A 15 car officer special is deadheading through the mountain town of Flagstaff, AZ on it's way to Bend, OR as it passes through the forest area between Cosnino and Flagstaff.
A westbound train of international stacks is about to duck under the Route 66 highway overpass on the east side of Flagstaff.
With a solid train of autoracks on this day, BNSF's Clovis-Richmond Q train tips over the hill at McPhetridge heading downhill into Flagstaff.
Stacks from the NS at Atlanta, GA climb towards Flagstaff behind a trio of BNSF GEs.
BNSF GP39-2 2572 prepares to head back out onto the main at East Flagstaff and then reverse into the yard on the south side of the Seligman Sub.
BNSF C44-9W 5507 hustles a hot Z NYCLAC9 17 into Flagstaff, AZ.
Waiting for traffic ahead to clear, BNSF ET44C4 3925 cools its heels at McPhetridge.
BNSF ES44C4 5541 tips over the grade at McPhetridge momentarily before another climb in and out of Flagstaff.
BNSF ES44C4 6593 leads a Los Angeles bound stack train west on the Seligman Sub, just east of Flagstaff.