The engineer on Santa Fe 5660, having just been given a green signal as his train slowly came around the corner at Cajon Summit, begins to notch the throttle back up to run 8. John Doughty photo,... (more)
Sharp looking pair of GP20s head west toward Joleit
Santa Fe 5053 exit tunnel 9 on Tehachapi Loop while the three unit helper set on the rear of the train rolls over the top. John Doughty photo, courtesy of Mr. Christopher Clipper collection.
The crew of Santa Fe 5914 waits patiently in front of the San Bernardino passenger depot as a diesel shop crewman works on the windshield. This is the San Bernardino B yard, taken from the Mt. Ve... (more)
On its maiden run out of the paint shop, SD45-2 5703 leads eastbound Super C at Java, Calif. headed for Needles. Four SD45-2s were on the hotshot when fuel oil was obviously cheaper.
The 3 SDP40Fs are now in California, having crossed the Colorado River from Topock, Ariz. The train is essentially ex-Santa Fe Super Chief and El Capitan cars, and it was during this winter of 19... (more)
An eastbound Santa Fe intermodal train curves out of Sais, New Mexico, and is about to enter Abo Canyon at 10:49 a.m. on the morning of May 23, 1991.
Super Fleet Warbonnet: Built in May, 1992, the four month old nose of Santa Fe C40-8W No. 834 at Raton, New Mexico is still pretty spotless and only has a few bug splats on September 18, 1992. BNS... (more)
Santa Fe No. 199 cruises into Lemont, Illinois, crossing the bridge over the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal on September 2, 1990. Three fairly new GP60Ms power one of the hottest trains on the Sa... (more)
Snow falls at Blue Cut in Cajon Pass as 5535, 4670, 5920, and 3804 work east up the hill. Snow fall at this location in Cajon Pass was much more rare than at the summit, and being able to drive y... (more)
Pretty new C30-7 8034 and sister 8026 idles at the old Barstow engine facilities, in the background U36C 8705, built 1972, rebuilt 12/85 to SF30C ATSF 9515.
The 92, looking good in her Super Fleet paint, sits on the west wye at IRM.
ATSF FP45u #108 and sister #105 lead the Westbound El Capitan, running as a section section to train #3, The Super Chief, out of Apache Canyon towards Lamy.
ATSF FP45u #100 leads the westbound El Capitan in to the station at Albuquerque. The westbound Super Chief sits to the right, having arrived a few minutes earlier behind it's trademark F-units.
After making a set-out at Berry, ATSF 5638 West, with two Alco Alligators in its consist, gets underway in throttle 8 to climb up up and over Getz to drop into Kingman and on down to the Calif. bo... (more)