On a frosty December 1960 day, a Santa Fe westbound departs Gallup, New Mexico, with six F7 diesels, in an A-B-B-B-B-A configuration led by 232C, on the point. (Frank "Woody" Woodburn photo, Craig... (more)
A pair of BNSF GP60's work the industry north of I-40 in Gallup,NM on the morning of 8/16/12.
With wind-whipped exhaust pouring across the high desert, an eastbound BNSF intermodal train approaches Gallup, New Mexico with a batch of storm clouds hot on its heels.
Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: GE C44-9W (Dash 9-44CW)Location: Gallup, New Mexico, USALocomotive #: BNSF 4520Train ID: N/APhoto Date: March 20, 2007
A Gallup based local puts together it's train prior to heading east of town.
A quartet of BNSF units are pulling hard as they head east out of Gallup,NM with a manifest.
Two DPU's bringing up the rear.
I took this shot through the window of my Amtrak sleeping car roomette. The window tint shifts the colors slightly on the locomotives. It makes them look like they were lighted at night.
The person who arranged this consist actually knows what goes first - the warbonnet, even when it never belonged to Santa Fe.
Flying thru Gallup, NM at about 70mph.
6 motors lead this eastbound manifest into Gallup.
The 2nd locomotive in our consist had an issue (bad traction motor), and was placed in the BNSF's Gallup yard. We sat for about 2 and a half hours. ISO 100 8" F/8
Westbound intermodal train entering the city limits in Gallup, NM as the setting sun lights up the desert. Canon Powershot S1 IS
An eastbound double stack train passing Red Rock State Park with lead unit #4444.
My grandfather took this photo in 1950. It's the Grand Canyon Limited. I found it going through his old slides.