It was 105 degrees on this nice arid sunny day at the Orange Empire Railway Museum. I thought this classic Santa Fe "Foreman Car" was pretty neat.
Santa Fe’s eastbound Mail Train No. 8 was leaving Emporia, Kansas on April 11, 1965.
The Galveston Railroad Museum recently purchased two restored F7 locomotives painted in classic Santa Fe Warbonnet scheme for future excursion service. A passenger special was run from Houston's ... (more)
ExAmtrak SDP40F renamed by Santa Fe to an SD40F leads a westbound train between the stations of Ilmon and Bena
Eastbound Santa Fe manifest descending toward Mojave passing under the popular signal bridge at MP 377.
A westbound Santa Fe train was climbing toward Tehachapi through Cameron station between Mojave and Tehachapi
Santa Fe between Borger and Panhandle, Texas on July 11, 1964, the 263C-2791A-2789A-2637 (F7A-GP7B-GP7B-F7A). No photographer's name listed on slide. RL Collection.
A westbound Santa Fe train was climbing toward Tehachapi near old Warren station between Mojave and Tehachapi
Santa Fe's San Bernardino Watson Yard "Wilmington Turn" was heading back to San Bernardino cab hop passing through Torrance
An eastbound Santa Fe double stack roars downgrade toward the bridge at Topock, which will carry the train over the Colorado River from California to Arizona.
Near the bottom of the grade over Tehachapi Pass, a westbound Santa Fe stacker rolls around the reverse curve at Sand Cut. Ahead just a few more miles: Bakersfield.
Two eastbound Santa Fe freights approach the interlocking at East Darling. The train on the left will get a clear block, while the train on the right will wait for an approaching westbound to cros... (more)
Four Alco PA’s off inbound mail train No. 4 to Kansas City Union Depot are returning to Santa Fe’s Argentine Yard diesel facility for servicing. The cab units are Nos. 69 and 74. Oct. 30, 1966.