Santa Fe's hottest intermodal Richmond to Chicago train 991 was climbing the Tehachapi grade eastbound out of Caliente
Inside the cab of the highest-horsepower two-cylinder steam locomotive ever built, Santa Fe 2-10-4 No. 5017, one of 26 built for the road in 1944.
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Restored to service in 1991 (after a five-year rebuild), Santa Fe 4-8-4 3751 operated on quite a few trips (Los Angeles to Bakersfield, L.A. to Chicago, L.A. to Sacramento, L.A. to the Grand Canyo... (more)
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Ry EMD F7A #347C sits inside the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento, CA.
Santa Fe EMD F7A-B-B-B-A units in freight colors, in the lead F7(A) 289C.
Late at night was a good time to visit Colorado & Southern’s Rice yard in Denver the late 1950s. You could set up your tripod out of the way of working railroaders. There was usually one of the ro... (more)
Trinidad did not rate a larger, mission-style station like Raton, but that did not prevent the Santa Fe from proudly proclaiming the station's town and owner with large neon signs. Sadly, the stat... (more)
After an unseasonably balmy February day of enjoying Superfleet led trains near Toluca, IL, it was an added bonus to capture a westbound intermodal in late afternoon sunlight just north(east) of A... (more)
Photo from the 1980s.
"Condemned" Santa Fe Chief boxcar 32150 sits among the trees near the east end of the BNSF Clovis yard. On the other side of the trees and only a couple hundred yards away, is the busy ... (more)
Minutes after sunrise, a Santa Fe mixed freight pulls east through cuts and over fills near Eagle Nest, Arizona on April 11, 1993.
A nice mix of EMD locomotives pull a westbound freight through Arizona's high desert country near Crookton on April 10, 1993.
An unseasonably warm day in February made a trip to the Santa Fe mainline in Illinois a wonderful experience. Of course having Superfleet power race by at nearly 70 mph did not hurt. Here we got a... (more)
Santa Fe's hot 199 train glides west through Williams Junction on April 11, 1993.