This is the aftermath of a major derailment involving three trains. The SF 2862 east plowed into another eastbound waiting at Mountainair, NM for an approaching westbound hotshot. The resulting de... (more)
Located in the appropriately named 'Locomotive Park' in downtown Kingman, ATSF 3759 spends another lonely night in the desert/canyon town as the park's sprinkler system comes to life - making phot... (more)
An older, yet still dependable EMD locomotive heads up these westbound autos. I saw a lot of trains in Gardner back in the 90's, but this is the only GP-35 that I photographed there. The bridge fr... (more)
The latest progress done on this restoration project. This engine was last seen in late September as it recently has been relocated for further restoration work.
Santa Fe FP45 5990, ex-100, ex-5990, ex-5940, originally 100, repainted in pre-merger colors at Santa Fe, San Bernardino Shops in July of 1986.
Santa Fe FP45 97 with a Burlington Northern visitor, leads a stack train through Maine, Arizona. A snow storm hit the Flagstaff area the night before.
Led by a mix of motive power typical of the early 1990s, a Santa Fe intermodal train rounds Tehachapi Loop.
Built as SDP40F,remanufactured SDF40-2 by Santa Fe, San Bernardino. (SDF40-2 No.5266, ex-Amtrak SDP40F No.644)
A large GE U36C is leading three EMD units as a westbound TOFC and container train nears San Bernardino.
A shiny, red EMD SD-45 leads a westbound TOFC train into San Bernardino. This SD45 is now classified as an SD45-2u and leads one other red and two blue units as they near San Bernardino.
A GE U36C and C30-7 are both in the "Kodachrome" color scheme developed for an ill-fated merger with Southern Pacific. An EMD SD45 in blue completes the lashup.
A westbound Santa Fe freight has descended Cajon Pass and is just north of San Bernardino. The lead unit has been rebuilt into an SD45u and is teamed with a cowl unit in the "Kodachrome"... (more)
An eastbound Santa Fe TOFC train is powered by a GE and three EMD units as it nears the Tehachapi Loop.
Santa Fe merger painted EMD SD45-2 no.5812, and GE C30-7 no.8124.