Just like old times. Fresh from the paint shop, Santa Fe FP45s 101 and 102 show off the resurrected "Warbonnet" paint scheme in front of the classic San Bernardino station.
I always liked the Warbonnet paint better on the F45s and FP45s. On May 23, 1990, Santa Fe GP60M 100 glides past San Bernardino station and a passenger special powered by FP45 91. The GP60M is he... (more)
Train 254/266 leaves Portage Yard running against the currant of traffic on its way to Milwaukee.
FP45 90 is on display at the Grand Canyon Ry Station for the first annual Railfan Days.
Santa Fe Second #18, the EL CAPITAN, behind FP45s 107-106 slows for a station stop at Williams Junction on December 22, 1968. Note the infrared switch heaters above the train. These were used at s... (more)
Santa Fe 2nd #17, the EL CAPITAN, accelerates out of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on August 27, 1968. FP45s 101-107 are powering the streamliner this day. The train is following 1st 17, the SUPER CHIE... (more)
We're stopped at Fall River,WI. to do the way work with the biggest way freight engine I ever worked with.
Amtrak train #3 the "Southwest Chief" leans into the curve at West Devore, CA, descending Cajon Pass led by Santa Fe's last original factory painted FP 45.
Recently repainted into the red & silver "Super Fleet" scheme, FP45 no. 103 accelerates through the curve at Bixler after crossing the New River at Orwood.
We're stopped at Watertown,Wi. on train 254 the ST.Paul/Milwaukee way frt to set out and pick up cars from the Madison branch line. Train 254 was originally train 96"the River Shorts" and extended... (more)
SF merger FP45 5996 west has the Harbor train stopped at Victorville waiting on the helper set to arrive for the trip over Cajon Pass on clear afternoon in December 1985.
An aerial view of the Santa Fe diesel locomotive repair shops on the east end of Barstow yard.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe EMD FP45 No. 90 rests at the Corwith Yard engine facility near Chicago, Illinois, on Labor Day weekend in 1991. This locomotive certainly had its share of renumberings ... (more)
On a hazy afternoon, Five Santa Fe cowl engines with 1 FP45 and 4 F45's head Westbound downhill with a Intermodal train. Also note the caboose bringing up the rear of the train at the far right.
After being a media queen in a few "Super Fleet"publicity specials in November, the 104 greets the low December morning sun back in freight service out of Hobart.