Sedona is one of Arizona's most popular destinations.
Plus Union Pacific's excursion Train
The Challenger No. 3985 in Northern California.
Computer Art By Bobo
Bob Wagner Photographer, Graphic Designer, Artist
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|Sedona an Artists Dream||Catholic Church built in the Red Rocks||Church built in the Red Rocks|
Red rock formations
|Red rock formations||Artist and little Girl Statue from center of town||The Challenger No. 3985 at Dunsmuir|
|Union Pacific excursion Train the Challenger No. 3985 at North Old Stage||
The Challenger No. 3985
At Deer Mountain Road.
|Union Pacific Freight train at Deer Mountain Road|
Sedona is one of Arizona's most popular destinations. It is set amongst towering sandstone cliffs that truly glow with an energized red hue. Just north of town is Oak Creek Canyon with its own dramatic beauty, swimming holes, natural rock slides and camping in its cool forest.
The stunning natural beauty of the area combined with its relaxed atmosphere has drawn many artists to the area. Art galleries are numerous.
Sedona is located 120 miles north of Phoenix in Arizona's central mountains. It is 30 miles south of Flagstaff.
Union Pacific at one time owned 105 Challenger locomotives. Built between 1936 and 1943, the Challengers were nearly 122 feet long and weighed over one million pounds. Articulated like their big brother, the Big Boy, the Challengers had a 4-6-6-4 wheel arrangement. They operated over most of the Union Pacific system, primarily in freight service, but a few were assigned to passenger trains operating through mountain territory to California and Oregon.
May the warm winds of Heaven
Blow softly upon your home,
May the Great Spirit
Bless all who enter there
May your moccasins
Make happy tracks
In many snows
May the rainbow
Always touch your shoulder.
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