February 6, 2015. Seen here, Amtrak’s westbound Southwest Chief #3 descends off of Glorieta Pass and into Canyoncito, NM on a beautifully warm winter afternoon. Today's train features Phase III He... (more)
Santa Fe’s Super Chief-El Capitan Train 18 eastbound rounds a high-speed banked curve at Dalies, N.M. as it passes a westbound freight on the double track mainline. This was the era of no ditch l... (more)
With just a few minutes light left and the Australian photographer trembling with excitement at the amazing sight in his viewfinder, BNSF 6780 and 6837, a pair of ES44C4’s lead an eastbound train ... (more)
With an eastbound of empty hoppers, BNSF ES44AC 6387 leads BNSF SD70MAC 9688, still in the Executive colour scheme, BNSF C44-9W 4844 and ES44C4 7043 on the charge up the 1.25% grade at Scholle NM ... (more)
A Burlington Northern & Santa Fe intermodal crosses Bridge 3 in Abo Canyon on April 3, 1998.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief passes the semaphores at Colmor on its westbound journey. With recent efforts to replace the semaphores around Watrous proceeding and a question looming regarding Amtrak ... (more)
A Burlington Northern & Santa Fe intermodal catches the golden rays of the setting sun west of Silio, New Mexico on April 4, 1998.
An eastbound Burlington Northern & Santa Fe intermodal glides east through Abo Canyon on April 5, 1998.
AT&SF 947, west bound coming out of Abo Canyon, NM. 4/28/1996
A five month old EMD SD75I leads a Burlington Northern & Santa Fe stack train across Bridge 6 in New Mexico's Abo Canyon on April 5, 1998.
A Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railway intermodal crosses Union Pacific's former SP Golden State Route at Vaughn, New Mexico on April 4, 1998.
Amtrak train No. 3, the Southwest Chief, raises its own snowstorm flying through Robinson, New Mexico, on a cold January 28, 2000.
A Busy Morning at Belen: at left, inbound Santa Fe 675 East with double stacks while at right, outbound Santa Fe 850 West with trailers at Reinken Avenue on April 5, 1998.
A Santa Fe GP35u switches cars at the north end of BNSF's Belen Yard on the morning of April 5, 1998. In the background above the trailer, a pair of through trains pause briefly for a new crew to ... (more)
With a colorful mix of power including a brand new GE C44-9W, a Burlington Northern & Santa Fe stacker clears Silio, a siding just east of Willard, New Mexico on the Clovis Subdivision.