Santa Fe's Tucson Electric Power Company coal train crests the Continental Divide at Gonzales, New Mexico on October 6, 1995. Cut in 83 cars deep is a three unit remote helper with a grand total o... (more)
Santa Fe SDF40-2 No. 5260 leads a QRIAL stack train east through North Guam, New Mexico on Oct. 7, 1995. ATSF 5260 was built Amtrak SDP40F No. 638 by EMD in July 1974.
Santa Fe intermodal traffic winds through scenic Crozier Canyon on Oct. 7, 1995.
"One of these things is not like the others"
An SD45-2B sandwiched between two SD40-2s pull Santa Fe's Richmond, CA to Chicago, IL intermodal east through Williams Junction, Arizona the morning of Oct. 7, 1995. Santa Fe's 'Peavine' route thr... (more)
Five nifty Super Fleet motors lead Santa Fe's hot 199 train across the New Mexico/Arizona border through Lupton just before sunset on Oct. 6, 1995.
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe's very last new locomotive leads a stack train west across the 7335 ft. Arizona Divide on Oct. 5, 1995.
A trio of flashy Santa Fe Super Fleet GEs lead a hot intermodal train west through the ponderosa pines of Arizona's Coconino National Forest on Oct. 5, 1995.
An eastbound Santa Fe intermodal passes the old American Pumice Company mill in Grants, New Mexico on Oct. 6, 1995.
A Santa Fe coil steel train waits patiently for an intermodal to pass at East Grants, New Mexico on Oct. 6, 1995.
Santa Fe's hot piggyback train No. 189 (Chicago, IL to Richmond, CA) crests the 7244 ft. Continental Divide at Gonzales, New Mexico on Oct. 6, 1995.
A Santa Fe coil steel train crests the 7244 ft. Continental Divide at Gonzales, New Mexico on Oct. 6, 1995.
A quartet of Santa Fe Super Fleet motors (SD75M, GP60B, GP60B, C41-8W) lead a hot piggyback train at Belle Springs Road in West Flagstaff, Arizona on Oct. 5, 1995.
Santa Fe intermodal trains meet at Darling, Arizona on Oct. 5, 1995.
Moments before sundown, a 78 car coil steel train approaches downtown Flagstaff on Sept. 19, 1994. The old Route 66 bridge above Santa Fe's Seligman Subdivision is in the background.