In the mid-afternoon, a Santa Fe 189 train rounds the curve at Glen Frazer that leads to tunnel 3, the longest on the entire Santa Fe system. In the lead is an SD40-2 still wearing the paint schem... (more)
Talk about your super elevation in Franklin Canyon at Glen Frazer....one of my favorites spots in California. Where the Santa Fe passenger trains must have been quite a site with five or six cover... (more)
Near sunset in the Coast Range, four Geeps roar up the 1.0 percent grade of Franklin Canyon with a westbound intermodal train out of south Texas.
A hot 189 train rounds the final curve at Glen Frazer and heads for tunnel 3, the longest on the Santa Fe.
The BN duo that has been hanging around Richmond for the past several weeks, heads east through Franklin Canyon.
An intermodal train out of Houston roars past the east switch at Glen Frazer with a trio of Dash 8s for power.
SD40-2 5100 leads a 199 train early on an August afternoon at the east switch of Glen Frazer.
GP40X 3802 leads an intermodal train up the 1.0 percent grade at Glen Frazer.
A hot 991 train negotiates the S-curve at Glen Frazer with plenty of horsepower to keep it on schedule on its 56-hour journey to Chicago.
SF30C 9526 rounds the corner at Glen Frazer and heads toward the portal of the longest tunnel on the system--tunnel 3--with a hot 189 train on the drawbar.
SF30C 9569 pounds the hot afternoon air with its rebuilt four-cycle power plant as it leads a hot 199 train up the 1.0 percent at Glen Frazer.
An 839 train passes through Franklin Canyon early in the afternoon.
In a special photo shoot organized with Santa Fe Railway and with lighting by Ted Benson, FP45 100 and a sister are photographed at Glen Frazer pulling a hot 981 train.
A Santa Fe 991 train, with a freshly painted SF30C on the point, charges through Franklin Canyon at Glen Frazer.
A 991 train negotiates a reverse curve through Franklin Canyon at Glen Frazer.