When Santa Fe's F passenger units began wearing out, new steam-boiler-equipped GE U28CG's began service on the trains to Texas. Two U28CG's bring northbound Train 16, "Texas Chief," into Purcell,... (more)
Santa Fe's northbound Train 16 "Texas Chief" with a mixture of hi-level and regular cars arrives capitol Oklahoma City, Okla. on a dingy Feb. 19, 1968, behind two GE U30CGs. Only six such units w... (more)
A combination of EMD and GE locomotives leads a 589 train through the west side of Franklin Canyon.
As the sun comes up over the San Joaquin Delta, a hot 991 makes its way between the New River and Middle River.
A Santa Fe uphill blasts out of tunnel 9 as it attacks the Loop late in the day.
Santa Fe 3279 rests on it side as clouds begins to close in on the site of the derailment just north of Highway 138 in Cajon Pass. Earlier, heavy rains caused track damage in the area, requiring w... (more)
Early in the morning on a 4th of July, a hot 991 train trundles across the SP diamonds at Stockton Tower as a photographer at left records its passing on video.
A Santa Fe 928 train heads across a pre-stressed concrete trestle on its way to the Orwood Bridge.
The power of Santa Fe 545 East climbs in the foreground toward tunnel 10 as the rear portion of the train continues circling the Tehachapi Loop.
A hot 199 train accelerates off the Orwood Bridge just as the sun sets over the San Joaquin Delta.
After having picked up some freight papers from the fax machine inside the Holbrook depot, the local pulls into the yard for some switching and to interchange with the Apache RR.
First Torrance Roadswitcher derailed their caboose while shoving the Kentile lead in an industrial part of Torrance
Early in the morning as a 991 train crosses the sagging mile-long trestle between Orwood and Middle River, a water skier passes by, enjoying the brisk waters of the San Joaquin Delta. In the dista... (more)
One of the rare SD45-2 B-units in a westbound manifest on Cajon Pass.