I can't tell you how many times I've been bitten by a cloud, so it was nice to see the sun for a change, especially late in the day. ATSF 540 leads a train south of Kingman, AZ in May of 1994.
A four-pack of Santa Fe Warbonnets leads a hot intermodal train across the Transcon. Tom Golden photo.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Led by a pair of GP60Ms, the Santa Fe's corporate business train is seen passing by Union Station as it takes company employees and their families around Chicago during the company's Corwith Yard ... (more)
ATSF 612 begins its' westbound descent of Cajon Pass in May of 1994, as viewed from the overlook on Hwy 138.
A westbound Santa Fe piggyback train flies over Canyon Diablo Bridge at Canyon Diablo, Arizona, on April 20, 1990. Powering the intermodal train are EMD’s SD45-2 No. 5849, SD40-2 No. 5076 and F45 ... (more)
A country mile east of Wichita is the small community of Augusta that rates a very nice ATSF station on the Transcon. This eastbound passing the station on a summer morning is lead by 3 Superfleet... (more)
A four pack of Warbonnet locomotives lead an eastbound Santa Fe intermodal train down grade.
BELVA OK May 15 1978 -- Three SD45s assault Curtis Hill with a TOFC train. The next signal is at the east end of Belva
A Santa Fe intermodal train approaches Siberia, California, on March 7, 1995. Not much is left of the town of Siberia except for the Santa Fe station sign and this crumbling stone and concrete str... (more)
The big 80 inch drivers on the Santa Fe Northern 2926. Note the words "Baldwin Disc" on each wheel. The society restoring the 2926 hopes to have the big Northern's drivers moving under i... (more)
She is all ready to roll. The completely restored Santa Fe 2926 tender sits in the shed, waiting for the locomotive restoration to be completed. The society restoring the 2926 hopes to have the ... (more)
Rare Bird! ATSF 7401, on of 3 GE B39-8 Demonstrator units, is westbound at McCook, IL in October of 1986.
At 815pm, Santa Fe train #189 passes a cantilever at Aikman with three new ATSF SD75m's (238-236-230) on supposedly their first trip to the west coast.
ATSF freight descending the Loop