Slamming the diamonds and passing a work crew at Chicago Heights, M399 sports a former Santa Fe SD75M this afternoon.
As a passing thunderstorm drops rain outside across the Orange Empire Railroad Museum's (OERM) grounds, nice and dry inside a true gem of the Santa Fe Railway glistens as it awaits the final touch... (more)
Santa Fe train No. 165 speeds through Lockport, Illinois, led by a quartet of freshly-repainted “Super Fleet” EMD FP45 cowls on February 25, 1990.
Santa Fe 538 leads an eastbound intermodal through Darling, Arizona.
Storm water, Strobes and Super Fleet! The Santa Fe cowl reflects on the west wye at the museum.
On September 20, 1998 this doublestack is heading west into Kingman Canyon with Santa Fe B40-8W 547 leading BNSF B40-8W 581, Santa Fe C44-9W 681 and BNSF SD40-2 6308.
The Gateway Arch and the St. Louis skyline provide the backdrop as a veteran Santa Fe Warbonnet approaches Jefferson Avenue. Busch Stadium can also be seen in the background. As a diehard Cubbies ... (more)
A faded Santa Fe Warbonnet finds itself on the point of a transfer from TRRA's Madison Yard as it makes its way through downtown Saint Louis on the elevated Terminal trackage.
A hostler on the SF 881 radios the engineer on the UP 4775 to back in to the diesel service area in the Tucson yard. Photo taken with permission.
Eastbound No.18, the Super Chief/EL Capitan with FP45 105 and 104 at Crookton, Arizona on March 16, 1969.
Fort Madison was an early favorite stop in my Santa Fe days. It was cool to see the trains come in for crew changes and depart. Here a 4 pack of Warbonnets begins the trek towards KC fresh off a c... (more)