ATSF 92, CNW 6847 and BN-3 rest outside Barn 2 at the IRM.
Recently restored to operation, some IRM members took the opportunity after operations had wrapped up for the day to pose 92 next to the Santa Fe sign
A Santa Fe Operation Life Saver Special makes a brief stop at Chillicothe Illinois on the ATSF main in 1987.
The FP45 was last model of passenger locomotive purchased by the Santa Fe. Here the 92 poses next to the C&NW style dwarf signals at the west end of the depot.
It runs again!! The Santa Fe 92 has returned to the Illinois Railway Museum after receiving major work at National Railway Equipment in Silvis, IL. The 92 is shown here while performing some tes... (more)
Santa Fe FP45 97; Original 1st#107, 2nd#5947, 3rd#5997, 4th#105, 5th#5997 and last #97.
One of each of EMD's 20-cylinder cowl units accelerate Santa Fe train 15, the Chicago-Houston Texas Chief, away from the stop at Joliet, IL, on a hazy summer afternoon. Warbonnet-painted FP45 5946... (more)
Just a few months after it received a fresh coat of paint and a new image, FP45 No. 100 leads a Santa Fe 971 train at Christie, CA, as it climbs toward tunnel 3, the longest on the Santa Fe system... (more)
On a hot August afternoon, with a burned-off field in the distance, Santa Fe 5993 East roars up the steep grade on the approach to tunnel 2 on the line over Tehachapi Pass. The big FP45 is in need... (more)
The war bonnet colors of ATSF EMD FP45 96 are striking in the late afternoon sun as the unit and SD45u 5320 drift downgrade after having helped an eastbound freight.
Warbonnet FP45 at Abo Canyon. Warbonnet FP45 #90 leads an eastbound stack train through Abo Canyon in New Mexico
Originally ATSF 107.. ATSF 97 Was built in December 1967 as a EMD FP45 and retired in the late 1990's. ATSF 97 Was delivered to the Museum at their original location in Fair Park in Dallas, Texas ... (more)
Santa Fe FP45 #92 leads an eastbound past Joliet Union Station and tower JD crossing the Former Rock Island now Metra Line.
Santa Fe FP45 5990, ex-100, ex-5990, ex-5940, originally 100, repainted in pre-merger colors at Santa Fe, San Bernardino Shops in July of 1986.
Santa Fe FP45 97 with a Burlington Northern visitor, leads a stack train through Maine, Arizona. A snow storm hit the Flagstaff area the night before.