ATSF GE U23b units 6330 and 6310 are eastbound with a piggyback train at Joliet.
AT&SF 670-111-8272-543 east bound on bridge 2, Abo Canyon, NM. 4-15-2001
AT&SF SD45-2 5856 leads a east bound over bridge #1, in Abo Canyon, NM. 4-14-2001
Former Santa Fe passenger F7 339 now wears a yellow warbonnet as it leads 4 other F units on a westbound freight around the roller-coaster hills at Rogers, Texas on April 1, 1973. New signals a... (more)
Santa Fe F7 229C leads a westbound freight (geographically southeast) around the curves in hill and dale country of central Texas at Rogers, Jan. 30, 1971.
Five ATSF F units (two with stainless steel sides) zip a northbound freight toward Temple, Texas (6 miles away). Former passenger unit 338 wore a blue warbonnet on May 5, 1973.
Three Santa Fe former passenger F units with stainless steel sides are among the consist of a southbound (RR East) freight train leaving Temple, Texas on March 16, 1973, almost two years after bei... (more)
Five ATSF F units lead a grain train at Chriesman, Texas bound for the Gulf at either Beaumont or Houston for export on July 25, 1972. Instead of red, former passenger unit 341 wears a yellow wa... (more)
A Santa Fe F passenger unit reduced to freight service pauses with a northbound at Bellville, Texas to swap crews just after 2:00 a.m. on July 19, 1971.
Blue Santa Fe units (4 Fs and 2 Geeps) among the Texas state flower Bluebonnets. ATSF 276C is southbound (RR East) at Landes, Texas, headed for Houston on April 4, 1971.
Two Santa Fe F-7s and a Geep get a bath at Kansas City’s Argentine Yard on a warm July 24, 1966.
Information taken from a plaque on the tender.
AT&SF 3424 was purchased September 1921 from Baldwin Locomotive Works at Eddystone PA. at a cost of $61,927.08. Used in passenger service on Chic... (more)
Special Timetable Rule No. 1: "Eastward trains are superior to Westward trains, except as otherwise provided." But the westbound train in the siding with six F units is far superior in... (more)