This is another more broad view of the 3 train derailment. The SF 2862 east plowed into a stopped eastbound. A westbound then hit the fouling derailed cars and containers which resulted in it's tr... (more)
A derailment involving 3 trains. The SF 2862 east plowed into another eastbound waiting at Mountionaire, Nm for a on coming westbound hotshot. The resulting derailment fowled the westbound main an... (more)
488 to the Rescue - Adventures in Mountain Railroading. Locomotive 488 rumbles across the Lobato Trestle with westbound Train 3, just after 6PM on September 23rd, 2009. The train is over ... (more)
Ah, New Mexico in late September. Cool, crisp air, golden Aspens on the hillsides....what a great time for a first visit to the Narrow Gauge. Wait a minute....what the heck is THIS?? Yes... (more)
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad's 'Great Freight '79' performs a runby for photographers at the Highway 17 crossing east of Lobato, New Mexico. This photo freight was sponsored by Bill Peter of P... (more)
Two Pair: A hot eastbound Santa Fe piggyback train hustles through the heart of Abo Canyon east of Sais, New Mexico. Two EMD GP60Ms Nos. 107 and 156, lead two new GE B40-8Ws Nos. 536 and 514. Two ... (more)
Santa Fe Railway drops of cars at Lamy for the Santa Fe Southern to pick up for the City of Santa Fe. Later they are returned to Lamy for the Santa Fe Railway to pick up.
Exiting Abo Canyon: On June 3, 1995, a Santa Fe intermodal train hustles westbound over the big bridge at the west end of Abo Canyon at Sais, New Mexico. Pulling the train are three clean Dash 8s ... (more)
BNSF 7437 leads a mixed manifest eastbound across the bridge over the Pecos River. This is the second of three eastbounds to cross the bridge, while four westbounds wait their turn to cross throu... (more)
Amtrak's Southwest Chief heads east with the red cliffs of Western New Mexico in the background near Prewitt,NM on December 18, 2011. The next day, and exactly 1 year to the day that this was post... (more)
Western Fuels train to Lee Ranch Mine heads across the fill just west of Lee Ranch Jct in the early morning of April 11, 2012.
An eastbound BNSF Q trains passes MP 97 at Grants,NM as yellow flowers bloom following much needed rain from the previous days on 8/17/12.
On 9/13/12, a TEPCO empty coal train passes the red rock formations at Escalante Jct on its trip east up the Lee Ranch Sub towards El Segundo Mine.
A partial rainbow has formed on the back side of a monsoonal thunderstom as a BNSF eastbound passes stacks of logs at Mt. Taylor Millwork west of Milan,NM on 7/9/12.