A Santa Fe intermodal snakes through Arizona's Crozier Canyon on Oct. 8, 1995.
A trio of Santa Fe Super Fleet GEs lead a stack train through Madrone on the outskirts of Belen, New Mexico on April 2, 1998.
A pair of Santa Fe GP9u engines, on loan to the Utah Railway, await a call out of Midvale Yard.
ATSF’s Train No. 2, eastbound San Francisco Chief is nearing Dalies, N.M., and instead of turning north to Albuquerque and the Raton Pass line as most passenger trains traversed, it will continue ... (more)
Santa Fe’s GP-35 3429 is in charge of a work train distributing new crossties on the westward main track in Crozier Canyon, Az. You can see the laborers on top about mid-train
Deep in the Williams-Crookton line change, ATSF 827 West passes through a high speed cut at West DoubleA, Az. Feb. 27, 1994.
Another ATSF Dash 8-40CW, 938, zips an eastbound through West Double A on the 33-year-old Williams-Crookton Arizona line change on Feb. 27, 1994. An F45 is the second unit, 5971.
Santa Fe 887 East (Dash 8-40CW) passes through Darling, Az, as the state’s tallest mountains — San Francisco Peaks — form the background. The distinctive ATSF signal bridges across Arizona have b... (more)
A Santa Fe Super Fleet GP60M finds itself working for the Union Pacific, assigned to the Provo Switcher on Oct. 2, 2000.
Santa Fe's Winslow to Phoenix piggyback train departs Darling, Arizona on Sept. 28, 1994.
A fun combo of GP60 and GP60B units pull a piggyback train east through Arizona's Coconino National Forest on Sept. 28, 1994.
The westbound "Chief" arriving at Joliet.
As storm clouds brew above the San Francisco Peaks, a 94 car Santa Fe intermodal navigates a sweeping curve near Darling, Arizona on Sept. 30, 1994.
After changing crews, a westbound Santa Fe train departs Winslow, Arizona on Oct. 10, 1995.
Three different varieties of General Electric power (AC4400CW, C40-8W, C44-9W) mingle at Provo Yard on July 4, 1997.