CSX S574-03 gets back up to track speed as it splits the CPL signals at the west end of Osgood with the Warbonnet leader
CSX S574-03 breaks the silence in the small village of Butlerville as the battered and beaten Warbonnet leads the 8000 foot train through the east end of the siding and by the old Baltimore and Oh... (more)
CSX S574 splits the former Baltimore & Ohio CPL signal masts in Dabney, on the Indiana Subdivision with a former ATSF Warbonnet leading
On a chilly winter's night, Santa Fe EMDs receive thousands of gallons of diesel fuel at the railroad's LMIT at Barstow Yard. All the running gear will be inspected here, and worn-out brake shoes ... (more)
Santa Fe 3338 West departs Mormon Yard in Stockton and is about to cross WP's main line at Stockton Tower. For many years, ATSF limited its power in the northern reaches of the San Joaquin Valley ... (more)
ATSF 92, CNW 6847 and BN-3 rest outside Barn 2 at the IRM.
Recently restored to operation, some IRM members took the opportunity after operations had wrapped up for the day to pose 92 next to the Santa Fe sign
Ten years ago, the Mississippi River and its northern tributaries got more rain than they could handle in mid-June, causing epic flooding conditions all along the Mississippi River Valley. In Ft. ... (more)
ATSF 2912 seems to have recently gotten a facelift as she sits outside the Pueblo, CO railroad station with fresh paint in the lovely evening light. The rope visible on the side is for visitors to... (more)
Tucked in the middle of a 71-car westbound manifest , a set of mid-train helpers work through Wagon Mound New Mexico. The l... (more)
Three Santa Fe SD39’s lead a 71-car westbound manifest through the eastbound semaphores at Wagon Mound, New Mexico. The westbound semaphore can be seen dropping from a clear to a stop indication. ... (more)
A Santa Fe Operation Life Saver Special makes a brief stop at Chillicothe Illinois on the ATSF main in 1987.
The FP45 was last model of passenger locomotive purchased by the Santa Fe. Here the 92 poses next to the C&NW style dwarf signals at the west end of the depot.
Santa Fe train 804 tries to outrun impending storms as it knocks down the semaphore at Wagon Mound, New Mexico. With just six cars, 804 wasn’t a profitable run on this day.
An eastbound Santa Fe manifest passes the semaphores at Levy, New Mexico on Santa Fe’s Raton Pass line. In the distance, a westbound is waiting on the siding.