Santa Fe Warbonnet in the shop at IRM.
Three Santa Fe cowls lead an eastbound manifest up the stiff grade at tunnel 2.
With a face faded with use, FP45 No. 5993 leads a Santa Fe eastbound up the tortuous grade at tunnel 2. In a few years, this same locomotive will once again where the red & silver. In the distance... (more)
Not long after being repainted back into the red & silver, a pair of FP45s leads a Santa Fe 589 train up the steep grade out of Mojave, CA, on Tehachapi's southeastern slope. The smoke here is com... (more)
Four glistening Santa Fe FP45s lead the westbound 165 train through Lockport, Illinois on February 27, 1990. The early Superfleet at its finest.
Tom Golden photo.
WC 6652 and 6602 speed around the curve at Rugby Junction with train 46. The 6652 wore an untouched ATSF warbonnet scheme and kept its Santa Fe number for quite awhile when it first came to the WC... (more)
The Milwaukee Roads FP45's 5 and 1 repose east of the Cutoff along the mainline and Fowler lead near the same spot the original A-class 4-4-2's with the same numbers sat before their scrapping. Sa... (more)
Three FP45's painted in the Red and Silver "Super Fleet" colors, numbers 104, 101 and 100 are helped by ex-Amtrak SDF40-2 5266 and a B23-7 to lift the Eastbound San Diego to Barstow manifest up Ca... (more)
Cityscape- The queen herself.. WC's only FP45 leads train T045 on the B&OCT's Altenhiem Sub near Springfield Avenue. The "New" and old Sears tower can be seen over the tops of the trees, in this w... (more)
FP45 95 leads a pair of SD45's downgrade on the steep 3% south track of Cajon Pass under I-15 near Gish
Awaiting its turn for restoration is the still classy and gorgeous ATSF 98, one of Chico's last purchases of passenger power, a 1968 order for FP45s from EMD. Today it's the (shhhhhh) secret power... (more)
A westbound led by SPSF merger paint FP45 5992 passes through Franklin Canyon between Christie and Collier. This location is behind the Tosco carbon plant.
ATSF 92 and WC 7525 sit outside of the IRM depot.
A westbound Santa Fe freight is fronted by two pre-Super Fleet F45s that brought the Warbonnet paint scheme back to the railroad. It was stunning while it lasted.