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.
Meeting point for RR fans: Iron horse cocktail lounge in an old depot
Set of power in service tracks Chanute
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.
Santa Fe 5098-102-103-106-5950 are the power for this eastbound train between Warren and Cameron, CA. The power for this train was spotted in the yard at Richmond, CA the night before. I drove do... (more)
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.
A pair of new MK Rail Liquid Natural Gas Powered MK1200G switchers pause briefly in Salt Lake City during transit to the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway in Los Angeles. The ATSF 1201 was built... (more)
With the San Francisco Peaks in the distance, a brace of EMDs lead a westbound mixed freight through Chalender, Arizona on May 2, 1991.
An EMD SD40-2/SD45 combo lead a 26 car train of containers, service trucks, autos, box cars, and piggybacks through Williams Junction, Arizona on April 11, 1993.
Three Santa Fe GP20u units and a GP38 pull a 75 car local into Kingman, Arizona on April 10, 1993.
A B40-8W, B40-8, and GP60 combo pull J. B. Hunt trailers west through Crookton, Arizona on April 10, 1993.
A trio of new Santa Fe 'Super Fleet' GP60Ms lead a grain empty east through Cosnino, Arizona on Sept. 30, 1990.
An interesting mix of power lead a Santa Fe intermodal train east of Kingman, Arizona on April 19, 1993.