Wearing the biblical 'mark of the beast' found in Revelations, the Santa Fe 666 leads Utah Railway's Provo-Ogden Turn through Riverton via trackage rights on UP's Provo Subdivision. The RUT611 als... (more)
The Doodlebug at The Museum of the American Railroad. And this bug still runs.
A consist of seven four axle units makes up this local as they switch McCook yard. The station roof can be seen in the background. The crossing over which the locomotives are belongs to the Indian... (more)
A Santa Fe eastbound freight rumbles across the large bridge at the west end of Abo Canyon in New Mexico on September 17, 1992. Led by Superfleet FP45 No. 96 and GP30 No. 2759, the short train has... (more)
A westbound train is leaving Winslow. This might be the Phoenix train.
A pair of Bi-level auto racks and the Type E/F couplers that connect them together glide through the greenery of Notasulga as this pair of Santa Fe and Union Pacific owned racks bring up the more)
An eastbound Santa Fe freight curves through the heart of Crozier Canyon east of Valentine, Arizona, on March 6, 1996.
Marching through the desert: A Santa Fe westbound passes a Joshua tree west of Jimgrey, California, on March 7, 1996. Even though the railroad is now officially BNSF at this date, it’s hard to tel... (more)
In the mid-1970s, Santa Fe rebuilt three Alco RSD15s with EMD components and dubbed them CRSD20 diesels. These were used on the hump at the railroad's massive new yard in Barstow, California, whi... (more)
An eastbound Santa Fe train exits the first tunnel at Alray, on California's famed Cajon Pass, on April 18th, 1992. Power for this hot train is GP50 3833, SD45-2 5858, SD40-2 5099 and C30-7 8157.
A Santa Fe westbound manifest smokes it up as it departs Barstow, California, behind GP50 3813 on November 9, 1985. The trailing units include a U36C, an SD45 and an SD45-2.
The Museum of the American Railroad new location in Frisco has the Doodlebug parked for perfect morning roster photo.
Back when intermodal trains often consisted of trailers, rather than containers
Santa Fe GP60M No. 139 leads an eastbound intermodal train in Abo Canyon east of Sais, New Mexico, on May 22, 1991. The train is crossing Abo Arroyo on Bridge 872.2.
The desert sun has morphed the Super Fleet red into pink