Fort Madison was an early favorite stop in my Santa Fe days. It was cool to see the trains come in for crew changes and depart. Here a 4 pack of Warbonnets begins the trek towards KC fresh off a c... (more)
Westbound BN train from Chicago is passing by East Cabin in East Dubuque. There was trackage and agreement put in place between the CCP and the BN from East Dubuque to Portage in 1992. The CN stil... (more)
EMD SD40-2 5100 at Santa Fe's Old Barstow Diesel Shops.
Posing beneath the ex-Santa Fe Railway locomotive sanding tower that still holds its place at Redondo Junction, Santa Fe 3751 eases around the sharp curve on the coupling track as it heads for Nor... (more)
With their time at the 2016 California Passenger Rail Summit complete, Santa Fe 3751 leads the Amtrak section of display equipment past Terminal Tower on its way home.
San Bernardino Railroad Historical Society Chief Mechanical Officer, Bob Kittel, looks over the crossheads of Santa Fe 3751 as it carefully backs onto the Redondo turntable for a short spin. The i... (more)
A set of 4 Santa Fe engines sit at the diesel service area next to kodachrome SP 8286. Photo taken with permission.
Santa Fe F7B 305A and GP7R 2173 on turntable at Cleburne, Texas.
Santa Fe FP45's 102 and 101 in Barstow, CA AT&SF yards in March 1969.
Dallas Union Terminal in January 1964. Santa Fe (ATSF) E8A #87 on train No.11 the Kansas Cityan, Rock Island (CRI&P) E6A #630 on train No.17 the Twin Star Rocket, and the Colorado & Southern E5A ... (more)
Santa Fe 8147 sits in the Tucson yard. Photo taken with permission.
Late afternoon sun illuminates an eastbound ATSF freight behind a solid blue-and-yellow consist. The lead unit is a former Amtrak SDP40. This was, unfortunately, the day of the Oklahoma City feder... (more)
A brand new EMD SD75M is stopped as the second unit of an eastbound freight. The vivid colors illuminate a dreary day but I was never able to capture one of these new EMD units leading.
Santa Fe's hot eastbound TOFC train runs through drizzle and mist behind an A-A-B-A-A combination of EMD and GE road switchers.
#92 splits the semaphores east of IRM.