An SD40-2 leads 3 CF7's on a pipe train west of Brownwood, TX
The engineer on Santa Fe 8787 proceeds very slowly on the north track past the derailment site located just north of Highway 138 in Cajon Pass. Heavy rain storms caused track damage and ATSF 3338,... (more)
Head-end business is the lubrication that keep the wheels turning on Santa Fe’s train 23, the Grand Canyon, crossing the Cimarron River at the southern edge of Springer, New Mexico, on July 27, 19... (more)
A set of SD24’s led by 949 makes its way past one of the most famous locations in railroading, the 3829-foot Summit of Cajon Pass, before dropping down the 3 percent grade to the LA Basin on Septe... (more)
Santa Fe 5916 is slowing down for a red signal at the Verdimont crossovers on Cajon Pass in order to let a hot intermodal Santa Fe train run around it.
ATSF 7440 heads up a long string of Santa Fe power at Corwith Yard. At this time Blue and yellow still have a strong hold on the colors, but Superfleet red and silver are making inroads. The BNSF ... (more)
Eastbound Santa Fe freight train climbing Cajon Pass at Blue Cut
Westbound Santa Fe train descending Cajon Pass near Cajon station.
Santa Fe’s 881 train cruises through Bucklin, Missouri, as a herd of cattle gathers on a nearby hillside studying the photographers perched there on May 20, 1989. They’ve seen trains before—you gu... (more)
Eastbound Santa Fe Barstow to Texas train 805 climbs Goffs Hill eastbound into the sunrise on the first morning of a great trip and bringing up the rear are tweny one cabooses twenty of which are ... (more)
Eastbound Santa Fe Barstow to Texas train 805 climbs Goffs Hill eastbound into the sunrise on the first morning of a great trip.
Eastbound Santa Fe freight Devore Cajon Pass
Eastbound Santa Fe freight Prado Dam
Starting up the 3 percent Raton Pass grade, a severely overpowered Santa Fe train 804 has left Raton, and is passing Keota, New Mexico on a May afternoon.
Having passed through the highest point on the Santa Fe, this piggyback train is now making its way down the 3 percent grade from Raton Summit to Raton. Today’s train has five SD40-2’s and 43 cars... (more)