An eastbound Santa Fe freight sails over Bridge 873.8 crossing Abo Arroyo east of Sais, New Mexico, on the morning of June 2, 1995. The train is powered by elephant-style EMDs—SD45-2 No. 5802, GP6... (more)
"Rahway River Bridge"
Conrail's new Port Reading-based replacement to OI-16 is the PR-32. The train is seen here heading north on former CNJ rails at the Rahway River B... (more)
Stopped with engine trouble right after leaving Queensgate.
Engineer Welch has two former SP "GRIP" SD45's bracketing a former SSW SD40T-2 on a 47-car westbound empty "Scoot" train heading towards Coulee City. It was nice to hear a blue 20-645E3 in Run 8 ... (more)
The daily mixed freight transfer from Oak Island Yard to Browns Yard rolls over the very last crossing before reaching the Browns Yard area with the special EL painted SD45-2 #1700 leading a fresh... (more)
Heritage unit NS 1700 (Erie Lackawanna) leads Conrail OI16 is it takes the transition lead from the Port Reading Secondary to the Garden State Secondary on its way back to Oak Island.
ATSF Kodachrome 5814 brings a train thru Strong City, KS in June of 1989.
AZCR 4002 highballs west as it departs Rice after switching. Next stop will be the BNSF interchange at Cadiz.
Arizona and California's westbound road train arrives at Rice to handle some switching passing the old ATSF water tank.
Heritage Unit Reflection - The Daily Browns yard supply train from Oak Island yard Newark has just arrived (in the distance) with the locomotives now separated and parked in the foregrou... (more)
Twenty Cylinders, No FlaresHeading west on Santa Fe's Third District is a short freight (not unusual on the Santa Fe in the 1970s) of primarily piggyback cars. Lead engine 5672 is ... (more)
MELROSE NM Sept 10 1983 -- Santa Fe SD45-2 5660 leads a mixed freight with welded-rail cars toward the head end. Note dents in 5660's fuel tank.
SF freight with two F45 in old livery and an SD 45-2 downhill on the 3% grade, passing west summit island
The Ringling Brothers circus train began its day in Philadelphia, and is now getting ready to proceed west from Altoona. Two GP40-2’s have been adequate to get the train to Altoona, but now an SD4... (more)
GALLAHER NM Aug 6 1982 -- Santa Fe SD45-2 5665 and an SD45 are on the point of a TOFC-COFC train as it traverses the Transcon in a vanishing point picture.