A Santa Fe intermodal glides east through Darling, Arizona on a sunny Oct. 1 ,1988 morning.
A classic red Santa Fe caboose trails a short local rambling through ponderosa pines east of Flagstaff on Sept. 27, 1990.
Santa Fe SD26 4640 a rebuilt SD24, with two SD40-2s 5058 and 5200.
For some freight cars the end of the line is not necessarily the scrapper’s torch, but instead finding use somewhere else other than the railroad. This former Santa Fe covered hopper built in Mar... (more)
Built by the Burnham, Williams & Co. in 1901, the 1024 was destined to pull Santa Fe trains atop the railroad’s 3% grades that existed between Trinidad, CO and Raton, NM on the La Junta – Albuquer... (more)
Santa Fe's LAZ112 local crests the 7335 ft. Arizona Divide west of Flagstaff on Oct. 5, 1995.
AT&SF 3751 at Fullerton Railroad Days 2015 - After an absence of seven years, AT&SF returns to the train station at Fullerton California for the Fullerton Railroad Days 2015.
AT&SF 3751 ... (more)
On a bright but very cold February 20, 1969, GP7 2811 rolls the (almost) daily local out of Santa Fe, headed down the 18-mile branch to a connection with the main line at Lamy. In 1880, the AT&SF ... (more)
In a clear case of lese-majeste, Santa Fe’s Super Chief, Train 18 behind FP45’s 100/103, has been forced to take the siding at Rowe, New Mexico, and cool its wheels waiting for a westbound York Ca... (more)
Running a little late, E6A 15 speeds number 12, the Chicagoan, along the High Line between Holliday Junction and Kansas City on an October afternoon in 1965. The Dallas-Chicago train -- mostly hea... (more)
Santa Fe 6375, painted up in the SPSF scheme heads East up Cajon Pass.
Back for the first time in many years, the ATSF 3751 begins its backup move out of Fullerton Railroad Days.
ATSF Richmond Yard.