Mid-Train Helpers. A Roger Puta Photograph
A Roger Puta Photograph
About a month after the devastating flood, when both Tehachapi Creek and Caliente Creek went wild, a Santa Fe eastbound crosses the latter at Ilmon. Even at this late date, the creek, which is usu... (more)
With her preparations complete, Santa Fe 3751 backs off the Redondo turntable as it prepares to join a pair of leased, BNSF AC4400's for the short jog from 8th Street to Union Station. From there,... (more)
A transcontinental Q train heads east on Santa Fe.
Santa Fe 2921, built in 1943 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works, basks in the sun at the Modesto Amtrak Station following its move out of Beard Brook Park just days before. The 650-ton locomotive and... (more)
After sundown, a Santa Fe eastbound makes its way up the edge of the Sacramento Wash at Yucca.
On a clear evening in Santa Fe's last summer, a quartet of warbonnets demonstrate why the mid-90s were such a great time to be in Northern Arizona.
Just a few days before being interchanged to the UP for a trip across the state to Silvis for rebuilding, the 92 is posed for images. The plan for the 92 is for it to return to IRM as a running l... (more)
A GP-20 and two GE U25B’s bring a westbound Santa Fe freight into Kansas City, Mo. on Dec. 18, 1966.
Four GP-38’s power Santa Fe’s northbound freight over hill and dale country of central Texas near Moody on May 2, 1971.
ATSF’s local from Pueblo has reached Canon City, Colo. with RSD-4 2137 leading the way over a part of D&RGW trackage rights, May 3, 1967.
Santa Fe Alco RSD15 604 and two RSD-4’s lead Train 31 out of La Junta (Colo.) yard en route to Albuquerque and Belen, N.M. April 23, 1967.
Santa Fe’s all-Pullman Super Chief winds around the horseshoe curve at Blanchard, N.M. en route to its climb over Raton Pass to get out of New Mexico and dash on to Chicago. Five F units were lea... (more)