A Santa Fe side-door wooden caboose was photographed in San Bernardino, California, by an unknown photographer in what appears to be the 1940s.
Month-old Santa Fe SD26 4659 rounds the Tehachapi Loop as it descends the crossing of the Tehachapi Mountains in southern California on June 23rd, 1973. Originally built as Santa Fe 959 in May 19... (more)
The sand rack in Santa Fe's facility in Pueblo, Colorado, plays host to U23B 6315 on August 28th, 1973. This engine was built by General Electric in August 1970 - just three years earlier.
A pair of Warbonnet GEs bracket a pair of GP60Bs on a pig train passing by Joliet Union Station. Notice the paint already peeling off of the nose of the lead unit. Bob Zwiers photo.
Two Santa Fe RSD-15s and two LASCO RSD-12s power up a Utah Railway coal empty through Gilluly on July 10, 1975.
The wig wag is wagging as an eastbound ATSF intermodal freight rockets through Camden Missouri between Kansas City and Ft. Madison, IA. The SF Kodachrome scheme was at its peak in 1986, and would ... (more)
MIDWEST CITY OK June 4 1979 -- Freshly rebuilt Santa Fe GP7u 2158 idles at the General Motors yard near Tinker AFB. Santa Fe's Cleburne (TX) shops rebuilt the locomotive in May 1979. At the time o... (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)
Fresh from rebuilding in San Bernardino, SPSF merger-painted 1569 leads an eastbound San Diego to Barstow train up the north track at Cajon.
Santa Fe 4-8-4 Northern-type steam locomotive #3751 poses in front of the Grand Canyon Depot after arriving with the 'Grand Canyon Limited'. Built by Baldwin Locomotive works in 1927. With 80 inc... (more)
A Santa Fe intermodal train hurries westbound out of Tunnel 3 in Franklin Canyon at Christie, California, on March 5, 1993.
A pair of Santa Fe RSD-15s and a single LASCO RSD-12 pull a Utah Railway coal empty east through the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon, Oct. 26, 1975.
FM H-12-44s and Illinois Northern Alco S4s sit stored at Corwith Yard outside Chicago, Ill. in September 1972. The next 555 would be a GE B40-8W in red and silver.
A trio of GEs brings one of the Santa Fe's famed piggyback trains through McCook. Note the several Consolidated Freightways (CF) "pups" riding on spine cars at the front of the train. Tom Golden... (more)
A B40-8 leads a four-pack of EMDs on one of the Santa Fe's hot piggyback trains. Tom Golden photo.