The 92 displayed in yard two, a couple of years before funding was donated to make it a running locomotive again.
Eastbound Santa Fe train Caliente
The camera is looking due north just east of the Milwaukee Road's Milwaukee diesel house. In January 1969 the Milwaukee Road received from EMD five FP45's numbered 1-5 for passenger train service ... (more)
Santa Fe red and silver FP45 No. 98 leads a long pig train up the steep grade at Woodford, CA. The morning fog hasn't yet burned off, and the 98 looked like phantom apparition when it appeared fro... (more)
Santa Fe 5997 East, a pig train out of northern California, grinds slowly past a herd of sheep as shepherds work to maintain control of their flock as the big, noisy machines roar past. Forage is ... (more)
Early in the morning, with fog burning off as the sun climbs, EMD FP45 No. 98 leads a 971 train through the multiple reverse curves of Cable.
A lazy Sunday afternoon at the Orange Empire Railway museum in Perris, CA finds recently restored Santa Fe FP45 #108 looking great as the motive power for the last pumpkin train of the season. Par... (more)
This old FP45 sits at Western American Railroad Museum
As a passing thunderstorm drops rain outside across the Orange Empire Railroad Museum's (OERM) grounds, nice and dry inside a true gem of the Santa Fe Railway glistens as it awaits the final touch... (more)
Santa Fe train No. 165 speeds through Lockport, Illinois, led by a quartet of freshly-repainted “Super Fleet” EMD FP45 cowls on February 25, 1990.
Storm water, Strobes and Super Fleet! The Santa Fe cowl reflects on the west wye at the museum.
Eastbound No.18, the Super Chief/EL Capitan with FP45 105 and 104 at Crookton, Arizona on March 16, 1969.
Santa Fe FP45's 102 and 101 in Barstow, CA AT&SF yards in March 1969.