A westbound Santa Fe freight passes through Basta, in western Fullerton, California, in October 1985. Lead engine SD39 1559 was built in May 1969 as ATSF 4001.
Westbound approaching Summit, CA on Cajon Pass.
On April 12, 2001, an eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe manifest freight is about to take down the signal at West Cliff, Colorado, on a snowy Moffat Tunnel Subdivision. Even though the red pa... (more)
Eastbound San Diego to Barstow train climbing Cajon Pass with snow covered San Gabriel Mountains in distance.
Northbound Santa Fe gravel local near Rogers
A freight in a siding at Bealville, photo taken from cab of F7A 306 pulling Train #2 the San Francisco Chief. Rear engine is chopped nose Alco #840. A Roger Puta photograph.
The Grand Canyon in the siding at Glorietta. A Roger Puta photograph.
Taken from cab of F7A 306L pulling Train 2, The San Francisco Chief. A Roger Puta photograph.
A Roger Puta photograph.
Hitting 86 mph on Train #23, The Grand Canyon. A Roger Puta photograph.
Built in 1978, and still in the yellow bonnet paint scheme, GP 40X No. 3039 still looks good at the engine service facility in Commerce California.
Six F-units. A Roger Puta photograph
The San Diegan, consist of 4 F-units, 11 coaches, 1 coach-lounge, and 1 baggage car. A Roger Puta photograph
Taken from the cab of F7 306 pulling Train #2, the San Franisco Chief. A Roger Puta photograph