ATSF (Santa Fe) EMD GP60M 115, 155, 128, 107 and SD45 5367.
ATSF (Santa Fe) EMD SD45-2 5825, SD45B 5502, SD45-2 5855 and SD40-2 5024.
A westbound mixed freight exits Abo Canyon at Sais, NM.
ATSF EMD SD75M 242. Santa Fe's Superfleet series numbered 200-250.
One of the more odd meets in Amtrak's Los Angeles 8th Street Yard occurs this gloomy morning as Santa Fe 3751 meets a EMD24B. Visiting Amtrak to have its wheels turned, the leased Progess Rail uni... (more)
Santa Fe caboose 999816 trails a piggyback train disappearing into the fog in McCook, IL in November of 1986.
ATSF (Santa Fe) four EMD GP40X's 3800, 3806, 3802, 3805 at Barstow, CA.
In the summer of 1979, Conrail somehow got its hands on a trio of Santa Fe GP40X units, and used them system wide, including a few days in the Allentown area. This may be the only time that Santa ... (more)
A cool, icy day greets a trio of Santa Fe GP7s about to go to work at Corwith Yard, Chicago, IL in January 1976. The lead unit is in "dress blue" and was a stem generator equipped unit w... (more)
The war bonnet colors of ATSF EMD FP45 96 are striking in the late afternoon sun as the unit and SD45u 5320 drift downgrade after having helped an eastbound freight.
ATSF (Santa Fe) SD45 5300, SD40-2 5135, SD45 5367, GP50 3833 and B23-7 6408.
Under spectacular Texas skies, a Houston-bound Santa Fe train passes through Rogers, Texas.
A pair of Santa Fe rebuilt GP7’s bracket a pair of rebuilt GP9’s on a Houston-bound train headed into the fuel pads south of Temple, Texas.
On a chilly Thanksgiving morning in 1986, Santa Fe 9523 East, a hot 991 train, kicks up dust as it hustles past the Dupont chemical plant in east Antioch, CA. This symbol kept a blistering schedul... (more)