Santa Fe GP38R 2328 with eight other units leading this train near Cleburne, Texas on December 28, 1985.
Easing down the display track at Fullerton following it's triumphant return to the City's Railroad Days annual festival, Santa Fe 3751 sends a pillar of smoke skyward as it exits stage left for th... (more)
Three merger painted Santa Fe units GE C30-7 8055, F45 5959, blue/yellow GP38-2 2379 and GP30 2780 at Cleburne, Texas.
Five Santa Fe units racing by leading a northbound empty coal train near Cleburne, Texas on April 21,1985.
Small power for a big road. Santa Fe GE 44-ton switcher 467 didn’t have drawbars but rather steel plates for shoving 2-axle buggies of green cross ties into pressurized creosote cylinders at the... (more)
Santa Fe’s westbound hotshot train LA-53 with three GE U33C’s glides past East Tower as it arrives Amarillo, Texas half way on its transcontinental dash on Aug. 2, 1970. Note the cowboy enginee... (more)
By the time of this photo these four AT&SF Alco RSD-5’s (the 2102 was an RSD-4) likely supplied parts to keep their compadres running a little longer, Albuquerque, N.M. roundhouse, March 10, 1967.
Alco RSD-5 2159 was one of the yard switchers on duty at ATSF’s joint yard with C&S at Pueblo, Colo. on Jan. 23, 1966.
Santa Fe GE C30-7 8092 and 8061 in merger paint scheme.
Spring wildflowers are blooming on Tehachapi as a 55-car westbound Santa Fe freight drops into Caliente, California.
Santa Fe EMD GP7R 2226, 2082 at Fort Worth, Texas.
Santa Fe EMD SD45 5401 and 5403 at Cleburne, Texas.
Santa Fe EMD SD39u 1570 and GP40X 3801 at Cleburne, Texas.
New Santa Fe EMD GP60's 4018-4019 at Cleburne, Texas.
In 1986, EMDs line the tracks at Santa Fe’s locomotive facility at Corwith Yard in Chicago, Illinois, on a typically somber day for the midwest in November. Right to left; Santa Fe No. 5838 is a S... (more)