Argentine bound A member of Santa Fe’s westbound intermodal fleet cruises toward Argentine Yard in Kansas City, Kansas, on September 14, 1990. Three Santa Fe GP60Ms pull the train, incl... (more)
Built by Electro-Motive London, Ontario, Canada. Santa Fe GP60M #156 & 157 are ready for delivery. From my slide collection. Dave Stowe Photo.
BNSF's freshly painted #100 leads the Corona Local at May on the San Bernardino Subdivision.
The Corona Local sits in Porphyry Siding along BNSF double track San Bernardino Sub near the Radio Road crossing.
BNSF's Corona Local passes through May on the San Bernardino Sub with 7 cars in tow.
BNSF 100 leads a 9 car ballast train back up the 3M branch in Corona.
Working hard as it nears the steep Box Springs grade, 2 units have this 18 car Extra San Jac moving at around 10 mph as it grinds uphill.
Working through a nice S curve in Box Springs Canyon, BNSF 112 leads it's train up the steep grade.
A rare Extra Sunday San Jacinto Local heads west at Grand Terrace as it heads for Highgrove.
Nearing the entrance to the 3M facility, BNSF 100 leads the Corona Local down what's left of the old Santa Fe Elsinore Line.
BNSF's Corona Local eases down the 3M branch in the early morning, seen along Sherborn Street.
A Warbonnet GP60M and a Blue and Yellow GP60 shove the 211 local up the spur to so their work at the paper mill at Pegs, NM on 8/1/13.
A solid set of Warbonnets between at Hill 582.
GP60M 144 was was placed on the back of Santa Fe's promotional train used to film custom-painted GP60M 146 for Maersk. 144 provided additional braking on the steep grade. 144 was destroyed in a... (more)