A Santa Fe eastbound rounds the last curve on its approach to Summit on Cajon Pass in southern California. The fourth diesel is the very first Southern Pacific Santa Fe painted merger diesel (ATS... (more)
A Santa Fe eastbound climbs Cajon Pass in southern California with the very first Southern Pacific Santa Fe painted merger diesel (ATSF 5394) as the fourth engine in the consist.
Santa Fe SD45 5401 is the third locomotive to be painted in the SPSF "Kodachrome" scheme (after ATSF 5394 and SP 7551), and the first with yellow lettering, in anticipation of the impending merger... (more)
Santa Fe F45 5973, following Amtrak #714 down California's Central Valley, passes the station in Hanford with a hot piggyback train.
Union Pacific SD60 6037 and Chicago & North Western Dash 8-40C 8504 power a train loaded with Powder River Basin coal eastbound through Bayard, Nebraska, on August 17, 1991.
Union Pacific SD60 6067 leads an eastbound coal train through North Platte, Nebraska on August 15, 1991.
A Santa Fe eastbound piggyback train arrives in San Bernardino in the charge of Dash 8-40BW 562, the first of four Warbonnet GE diesels on this train.
Union Pacific's Anaheim Local, headed by GP9 306 (EMD class of 1957) and its caboose, pass over Harbor Boulevard in Fullerton, California, on its way to Anaheim. The bridge is relatively new at ... (more)
A mix of Union Pacific and Santa Fe SD40-2s (UP 3714, UP 3701, ATSF 5034, ATSF 5069, UP 3711) lead a coal train east through Arrolime, Nevada, on May 17, 1980. This train operated jointly on both... (more)
A quartet of Union Pacific SD40-2s (3707, 3702, 3742 and 350?) speed an eastbound freight through Dry Lake, Nevada, a few miles east of Las Vegas.
At the east end of Bailey Yard in North Platte, Nebraska, an Union Pacific freight departs eastbound behind UP SD40-2 3601 (ex-8092) and a pair of N&W units -- SD40-2 6088 and C30-7 8073.
An eastbound Union Pacific freight begins its assault on the grade over Cajon Pass behind a trio of EMD SD40-2 diesels.
A brace of four SD40-2s (two facing forward, two facing rearward, the way God intended) accelerate an empty Union Pacific coal train out of San Bernardino as they begin the assault on the grades o... (more)
Union Pacific SD40-2s 3526 and 3728 easily bring a grain train up the steep grades of Cajon Pass ... Thanks to the Santa Fe freight that coupled on to the rear to give them an assist!
Union Pacific SD40-2s 3537 and 3198 depart Portola, California, with an empty coil steel train, heading east again after unloading at Pittsburg, CA, on June 14, 1987.