Westbound passing East Barstow
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)
Two Santa Fe freights meet on the double track of the Kansas City Terminal near Grand Junction interlocking.
My two favorite locomotive paint schemes meet at South Denver. The Rio Grande unit is a SD40T-2.
A very nice leader, in the form of a Santa Fe Warbonnet SD75M, heads south to Joliet.
In fresh not to be SPSF red yellow paint SD 45 5338 leads a westbound Santa Fe "extra Harbor" passed Torrance Park in Torrance, CA.
Nine SD26 and SD24's led an eastbound Santa Fe manifest train up Cajon Pass near Sullivans Curve. This is the normal for the time York Canyon to Kaiser Steel coal train power that was routinely us... (more)
A Santa Fe westbound slowly drops down the steep South track from Summit to the bottom of the grade on Cajon Pass. The North track (double tracked these days) is in the distance to the left, and t... (more)
Rolling fast across the vast stretch of the Mojave, an eastbound double stack appears on the double tracked "transcon." (View 2)
Rolling fast across the vast stretch of the Mojave, an eastbound double stack appears on the double tracked "transcon." (View 1)
An eastbound Santa Fe freight picks up speed as it passes a cut of intermodal cars from the Phoenix line (the "Peavine") at Darling, AZ. They'll be picked up by a following eastbound.
ATSF freight descends the joint line near palmer Lake towards an upcoming storm
An eastbound Santa Fe mixed freight is near the top of Cajon Pass as it swings around the curve leading to Summit.
The eastbound MRIBA (Richmond to Barstow) has just passed Glen Frazer in Frankln Canyon. Soon the train will pass over the Alhambra Creek Trestle.
A four-pack of Santa Fe EMDs, including a cowl-unit, are seen headed through Blue Island Interlocking as they head toward the IHB's Blue Island Yard. Tom Golden photo.