Using trackage rights on SP's Golden State route south from Vaughn, SD40-2 5192, SD45B 5501 and B39-8 LMX 8594 are north of Carrizozo, heading doublestacks towards El Paso.
A BNSF hot-shot heads east along the stratified sandstone bluffs at Mesita, NM. Directly below us is old Route 66.
D8-40B 7420 leads SD40-2 5207, C30-7 8159 and SD45 5330 towards the summit of Cajon Pass.
C44-9W 651 leads four D8-40CWs near the summit of Cajon Pass.
A Santa Fe freight is about to depart the Illinois Central's East St. Louis yard for the run to Kansas City over the Gateway Western Railway as an empty IC coal train rolls by. ATSF acquired the f... (more)
One of the beautiful things about the Santa Fe. Was some of the rare units you could find leading a trains. Here is a GP20U leading a Flagstaff local in 1996.
On a hot afternoon in June 1973, Santa Fe 8712 West passes a classic signal bridge that's lost it's target signal. At this time the railroad was cutting down its signal bridges and replacing them ... (more)
C40-8W 864 leads ATSF GP60M 125 and SDF40-2 5262.
Santa Fe 5025, which has the long or commonly called "snoot" nose, pays a visit to the Phoenix diesel service. Photo taken with permission.
Santa Fe Dash 8-40BW 537 leads a GP50, GP60 and D8-40BW with eastbound doublestacks through the curves at North Guam.
The Texas Chief arrives back on the Galveston Subdivision and accelerates to track speed as the excursion returns to the island. The classic Warbonnet F7s are passing one the few remaining ... (more)
The Galveston Railroad Museum's pair of Warbonnet F7s idle alongside Harborside Drive while building the consist for the following day's Texas Chief excursion to Pearland.
Dash 8-40CW 832, SF30C 9509, SD40-2 6908, C30-7 5574 and Dash 8-40B 7415 head east over the Pecos river bridge, Fort Sumner.
Santa Fe SD45 5326 leads Dash 8-40B 7440, BN C30-7 5556 and SDF40-2 5263
on an eastbound climbing through Kingman Canyon.