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.
#92 splits the semaphores east of IRM.
ATSF 92 brings the coach train past Spaulding Tower at IRM.
92 heads onto the mainline at IRM.
Just like old times... ATSF 92 leads the coach train past the Olson Road semaphores during Diesel Days.
For the first time in many years, Santa Fe 92 is up and running. Here it is pulling the Nebraska Zephyr east of Union.
ATSF 92 and CB&Q 9911A get ready for a day full of excursions at Illinois Railway Museum
Santa Fe 92 holds on the mainline at IRM before diesel days gets under way.
ATSF 92, WC 7525, CNW 6847 and CB&Q 504 combine to lead the westbound run of the coach train out of the museum. Only the Illinois Railway Museum could come up with a lash-up like this.