In a scene that would never be repeated, Wisconsin Central's one and only FP45 (ex ATSF) leads CSX train Q213 by the south end of Woodland on CSXT's Fitzgerald Subdivision.
Wisconsin Central train No. 51 passes underneath the Chicago and North Western’s Adams Line at Sussex, Wisconsin, on April 16, 1997. On the point is WC’s only EMD FP45, No. 6652, followed by an SD... (more)
Santa Fe 5993, an FP45 rest adorned in the "shouldn't paint so fast" Kodachrome scheme at Argentine Yard near Kansas City, surrounded by a variety of Santa Fe power as well as Conrail run through ... (more)
Santa Fe Superfleet publicity special slowly makes its way through Blue Cut en route to a day of filming in Cajon Pass.
In a slide from my collection FP45 3 leads a GP40, a rebuild GP9, and a couple F's westbound. No photographer listed.
The Thunderhawk just east of Doylestown,WI. on its eastward journey between Tacoma,WA. and Chicago,IL..
A westbound Santa Fe freight climbs Edelstein Hill around Houlihan’s Curve west of Chillicothe, Illinois, at 3:30 p.m. on the afternoon of August 20, 1988. The lead locomotive is an EMD FP45 that ... (more)
Power for C&M train 82 heads down the middle with a wagon a GP30 another covered wagon a GP35 and two FP45's. They'll go to 5-Rings pick up the train crew and go down to Burnham Bridge to pick up ... (more)
WC's lone FP45 and SD45 6585 comes thundering around the curve at Brampton with 100 loads.
A Superfleet FP45 quartet climbs Cajon bound for Kansas City.
Santa Fe's westbound afternoon San Bernardino to Wilmington Turn was passing the site of the original Torrance station in Torrance
Just like old times. Fresh from the paint shop, Santa Fe FP45s 101 and 102 show off the resurrected "Warbonnet" paint scheme in front of the classic San Bernardino station.
I always liked the Warbonnet paint better on the F45s and FP45s. On May 23, 1990, Santa Fe GP60M 100 glides past San Bernardino station and a passenger special powered by FP45 91. The GP60M is he... (more)
Train 254/266 leaves Portage Yard running against the currant of traffic on its way to Milwaukee.