Early in the morning on May 23, 1990, Santa Fe GP60Ms 100 and 101 (spliced with FP45s 96 and 92, as well as business car "Mountainaire") lead train 2-891-23 past FP45s 91 and 90 on a passenger spe... (more)
BNSF Railway GP60M 101, seen here at Kaiser (Fontana, California), on February 12, 2011, made its first trip to California (as Santa Fe 101) on May 22, 1990 - Twenty years, eight months and 21 day... (more)
BNSF GP60M 153 and B40-8W BNSF 542 lead a local freight over a wash at Hackberry, AZ. BNSD 542 is really looking bad, the red paint GE applied to this batch of warbonnets really has not held up ba... (more)
An eastbound Santa Fe piggyback train departs Barstow, California, behind a trio of GP60Ms and an F45. GP60Ms were unique to the Santa Fe, and were the first new power to wear the red and silver ... (more)
BNSF GP60M 153 and B40-8W BNSF 542 lead a local freight through Valentine, AZ
GP60M's ATSF 141 and BNSF 102 and 126 sit in the yard in Kingman, AZ while a loaded Westbound stack train creeps up behind it on the mainline
These former Santa Fe GP60M’s used to tear down the high iron pulling crack inter-modals, but are now down graded for local service. Here a pair is backing about two miles down the remnants of San... (more)
BNSF 154 leads the LACLAC by Santa Fe Springs before dropping off its cars.
A few showers earlier this month has left its impression on the rolling hills of Franklin Canyon...! Two H2 GP60M's take four cars out of the carbon plant at Asbury and head back to Richmond.
Eastbound B-LACLAC passes through Los Nietos on the San Bernardino Sub.
BNSF GP60 110 leads a B-LACLAC eastbound past the city of Commerce metrolink station.
The westbound Pasadena Local passes through Claremont with a GP60M still in the Warbonnet paint scheme along with three other GP60Ms on its way to Irwindale.
Three GP60M warbonnets and a dash 8 GE lift a Westbound intermodal out of Belen
A quadruplet of GP60M's, in an ABBA configuration, lead a westbound train downgrade towards Albuquerque and beyond.