Santa Fe CF7 2601 smacked into something a little hard, as it had extensive front end damage when found on February 7th, 1985, in San Bernardino, California. This damage would prove to be fatal, ... (more)
In these days of Personal Protective Equipment (safety shoes, safety glasses, ear protection, hardhats and high-visibility reflective safety vests), it is kind of jarring to look at this image fro... (more)
Two CF7s and a spreader maintain their lonely vigil in downtown Breckenridge on a nice autumn day. This equipment has not seen service in quite some time.
A pair of York Railway CF7s have made an early morning trip across town from York to YRC's yard in West York. This crew will head back across town after picking up a cut of cars in the yard. The... (more)
The last CF7 on the Amtrak roster awaiting sale and removal from the property. Photo taken with permission.
The 590 was one of Amtrak's last active CF7s, living out its last days in the sunshine state shifting Auto Carriers around. Date is approximate.
They weeble and they wobble but don't fall down...
Bringing in a coal train picked up from CSX these ex-ATSF units still have a sort of "bonnet" paint scheme. They feed to prodigious appetite of what was TVA's largest steam plant, consuming aroun... (more)
Los Angeles Junction CF7 2619, along with all the LAJ's CF7s, has turned its last wheel in revenue service, and awaits disposition. Built by EMD as Santa Fe F3A 201C, it was rebuilt by Santa Fe's... (more)
Zacky Farms CF7 No. 2631 sits at the elevators at Traver, California, on March 10, 1995. In the 1970’s, the Cleburne Shops of the Santa Fe converted old F3’s and F7s to this unique (ugly?) road sw... (more)
Ex-ATSF 2627 and cousin Ex-ATSF 2480, not pictured, behind 2627, sit on an old industrial track with an unusual design in Clinton, NC. Both Ex Santa Fe's await an uncertain fate. The newly acquire... (more)
Imagine you are in your submersible 14,000 feet beneath the surface of the ocean and this thing swims into view from the murk. Yuch! Hard astern!
FCEN 65 awaits the call of duty at their operation in Newberry, FL.
When was the last time you have seen a CF7?