Brand newly painted merger SF 5996 west leans into the curve near Oro Grande, CA. The train will stop at Frost to let on a rear set of helpers to assist the heavy train up and over Cajon Pass to S... (more)
Still letting off a few traces of steam after having returned from a run the day prior, the 3751 cools down before being put back in its pen.
ATSF #95 FP45 rest at the Western America Railroad Museum during a hot night.
EMD styling combines wonderfully with classic warbonnet colors as seen on the nose of Santa Fe EMD F7A No. 347C in Old Sacramento at the California State Railroad Museum on March 11, 2001. AT&SF N... (more)
Santa Fe 889 leads a hot intermodal train up the 2.1% grade at Tunnel 2. The Super Fleet motor still didn't look too bad yet in 2002...
The very first SF merger painted unit 5394 is on it's first run up Cajon Pass. The railman photographers are out in full force documenting this first run. Hundreds of rail fans, SF Public Relation... (more)
Santa Fe 5252 an ex-Amtrak unit is on it's maiden run up Cajon Pass to Barstow from San Bernardino. The 5252 east breaks through the storm clouds into morning light with just a hint of a rainbow o... (more)
SBRHS' grandly restored Santa Fe 4-8-4 #3751 pulls up to its spot on Track 14 where it will spend the next day on display while a railfan photographs it.
SBRHS' grandly restored Santa Fe 4-8-4 #3751 passes Twin Towers Correctional Facility on its way into display at LAUS.
SBRHS' grandly restored Santa Fe 4-8-4 #3751 passes Terminal Tower on its way into display at LAUS.
Two Locomotives, Ninety-Years Difference in Technology Santa Fe 4-8-4 3751 passes the (now closed) Terminal Tower at the north end of Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal on July 17... (more)
NORMAN OK Aug 24 1980 -- Santa Fe GP39-2 3684 leads eastbound (compass north) train 544 as it accelerates out of town.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 2912 was built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1944. It currently resides in front of the Union Depot in downtown Pueblo, in need of some TLC and black paint.