A westbound is at Holbrook, AZ setting off some pulpwood cars for the Apache Railway.
A westbound is working up the hill just west of Flagstaff on a pleasant summer afternoon. This was the only time I ever got 3 different Santa Fe paint schemes on one train.
A westbound is working up the hill just west of Flagstaff on a pleasant summer afternoon. The GP20 is dwarfed by the SD45-2 behind it.
A duo of battered looking Super Fleet C40-8W prepares to leave Raton southbound.
Having made it to the top. 2892 will remain on the train for braking until they get to Victorville.
A trio of Santa Fe's newest Warbonnet power leads an intermodal train past the Texico Phillips 66 station. Walt Evans photo.
An eastbound stacker is grinding uphill though Sullivan's Curve. The tracks in the foregound belong to SP's Palmdale Cutoff.
Santa Fe Baldwin DS4-4-1000 switchers 2297 and 2270 switch in Lubbock Yard, October 21, 1962.
ATSF 3751 reliving the past on National Train Day.
ATSF 3751 with the Grand Canyon special, on the outskirts of Hesperia, on the east side of Cajon Pass.
A solid set of Warbonnets between Alray and Summit.
GP60M 144 was was placed on the back of Santa Fe's promotional train used to film custom-painted GP60M 146 for Maersk. 144 provided additional braking on the steep grade. 144 was destroyed in a... (more)
Unban railroading on the Santa Fe Harbor Sub as westbound Kansas City to Long Beach stack train SKCLB passes through what crews refer to as "the Jungle" in a residential area of Torrance, CA
I always thought this was one of the more ironic station names in railroading.
A fast westbound with some decent storm lighting.