Westbound Santa Fe train #1 the San Francisco Chief at Amarillo station with four Alco PA's led by number 58. Three Flexi-Vans flat cars of US Mail, two head end cars, three hi-level chair cars ... (more)
A Santa Fe "Streamliner". Santa Fe 300 Class "Streamliner" ATSF F7 306C, renumbered from 37 Class 39C for Amtrak service, leads an A-B-B-A locomotive consist on timetabl... (more)
This FP45 once pulled the famous Super Chief and later Santa Fe's highest priority intermodal trains. Today it sits on display at the Barstow Train Station.
No.20 the eastbound Chief in the siding at Hoehne, Colorado 10.7 miles east of Trinidad to meet No.17 the Super Chief. Leading with Santa Fe F7(A) #44 and four other F units. Photographer R.H. K... (more)
Once mainstays of the Southwest and Northeast, these fallen flags now find themselves in the Volunteer state where they work out their remaining years still wearing paint schemes of the iconic rai... (more)
ATSF freight downhill on the 3.0 % grade near Silverwood
Running as the second of five westbounds, extra 5705 west has the consist whining in dynamic as it runs for the rack at Belen. After 5 west will be 4 east. Didn't notice the open top auto rack, ... (more)
Three dual-service Santa Fe F7s and a blue/yellow F7B freight unit roars by, with a westbound Red Ball train in Joliet, Illinois March 10, 1970. Photo Fred Scott, R.L.collection.
No more room at the inn — Santa Fe’s Argentine Diesel Shop at Kansas City when there was a 1-day, 24-hour strike on that now infamous date — 9-11, the year 1965.