Penn Central F7A #1749, F3B #3466, F7A #1758 and F7A #1804 are all former New York Central units.
ATSF’s Train No. 2, eastbound San Francisco Chief is nearing Dalies, N.M., and instead of turning north to Albuquerque and the Raton Pass line as most passenger trains traversed, it will continue ... (more)
The westbound Rio Grande Zephyr passes Hideaway Park at Winter Park, Colo. headed for its next stop at Fraser. The date was May 16, 1970, just two months after the discontinuance of the famous Ca... (more)
The overhead slide detector fences are ever vigilant as eastbound Rio Grande Zephyr Train 18 negotiates one of the most rugged canyons in Colorado — awesome Gore Canyon. The canyon was named aft... (more)
How could a day of shooting get any better — after capturing the California Zephyr at this spot, behind it came the “Yampa Valley” Train 9 headed 231 miles (from Denver) to Craig in N.W. Colorado.... (more)
Pretty clean dome car glass, yes? You’re on the Rio Grande Zephyr, Train 18, eastbound through Ruby Canyon just after leaving Utah, and the train is about to cross McDonald Creek which empties in... (more)
One of the most favorite passenger trains, the California Zephyr, exits the first of 28 tunnels at Plainview, Colo. before it reaches the big one under the continental divide — the 6.2-mile long M... (more)
The D&RGW has added a dome of its own (which came from the C&O) and with five F units, Train 17 California Zephyr leaves Denver Union Terminal headed through the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Th... (more)
The westbound "Chief" arriving at Joliet.
Classic 1500 HP "Santa Fe" F7 # 347C in the beautiful red/silver "Warbonnet" paint scheme, one of the many highlights of this outstanding railroad museum. The locomotive was bu... (more)
The Galveston Railroad Museum's Santa Fe F-Units depart the island via UP trackage.
Eastbound Rock Island train rocking along at 10 mph approaching Pullman Jct
Looking like it's missing it's two front teeth, a westbound EL train was about to cross PC at Kenton with the nose door wide open giving the crew a little relief from the hot summer weather.