Recently restored to operation, some IRM members took the opportunity after operations had wrapped up for the day to pose 92 next to the Santa Fe sign
The FP45 was last model of passenger locomotive purchased by the Santa Fe. Here the 92 poses next to the C&NW style dwarf signals at the west end of the depot.
As storm clouds roll in a BNSF warbonnet has lead CSX Q231 south from Cincinnati as it arrives at Louisville's Osborn Yard.
With BNSF power and a warbonnet up front CSX Q231 heads south for Louisville.
Dash 8-40BW 511 leads GP40X 3800, GP39-2 3409, GP35 2921 and GP40X 3804 past Woodford siding.
Three new Santa Fe GE's C40-8W 884, 890, 892 going up Cajon Pass in May 1993.
Santa Fe Dash 8-40CW 902, F45s 5953 & 5989, SD40-2 5067 and GP60 4014 thread through the curves of Bealville Siding for a meet with a westbound.
Warbonnet leads a 5 hour late Empire Builder.
A pair of Santa Fe Warbonnets lead a one car Streator flip west on the Ottumwa Sub just east of Cameron. Just ahead, they will use the Cameron connection to make a 180 degree turn to head east on ... (more)
Santa Fe Dash 9-44CW 766, B30-7A(B) and another Dash 9-44CW head west.
P-CHLA Chicago - Los Angeles high priority doublestacks is headed by GP60M 151, GP60 4005, GP40X 3804 and GP60 4014.
Santa Fe Dash 9-44CW 618, an SD75M, another Dash 9 and a leased Conrail unit, roll a high-priority Richmond to Chicago intermodal round the curve between Sais and Abo Canyon.
Late in the day, big C40-8W No. 838 leads a heavy coiled steel train past the small yard at East Antioch. The train is headed to USS-POSCO Steel in nearby Pittsburg.
Warbonnet 517 (B40-8W) meets BNSF 7117 (ES44C4) in Longmont, Colorado.