Santa Fe’s premier train, eastbound Super Chief-El Capitan with two FP-45s, pauses at La Junta, Colo. for a crew change and accept passengers from the connector Train 201 from Denver, which arrive... (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)
Santa Fe FP45 No. 90, built by EMD as ATSF 100 in Dec. 1967, is pictured on display at the Grand Canyon Railway passenger station in Williams, Arizona on Sept. 29, 1990.
The EMD FP45 passenger service locomotive # 95 (built as # 105 in 1967) of the "Santa Fe" with 3600 hp looks a bit rusty and worn out now, but is still a very impressive and good looking... (more)
Red and silver Santa Fe 90 and three blue and yellow sisters near Cajon Summit with a hot Chicago to LA piggy-back train.
A westbound stack train has an interesting array of motive power, including two warbonnet FP45s. Even one of the pioneering turbocharged GP20s is in the middle, still earning its keep for John San... (more)
A trio of Santa Fe FP45's accelerates a Westbound Passenger special out of Mojave on SP tracks.
Santa Fe FP45 #5998 in merger paint scheme.
This FP45 once pulled the famous Super Chief and later Santa Fe's highest priority intermodal trains. Today it sits on display at the Barstow Train Station.
The three spot on the Ford train in the siding at Voltz. It was always a thrill to leave the main with one of these FP's as the "rock & roll" at low speeds was quite violent. They would ... (more)
Superfleet painted FP45 106 departs San Bernardino for Los Angeles on the former 2nd District with a colorful consist.
The Fast Ford lives up to its name between Portage and Lewiston westbound along Hy 16 at Deadman's crossing.
WC's lone big FP45 toiled in freight service nearly all the time. But on a snowy spring day in 1996 it was found leading an AMT unit and a lengthy train of private cars eastbound near Trout Lake.