The power of a Santa Fe 199 coming off the Orwood Bridge is bathed in the glow of a setting sun.
Freshly painted Santa Fe exAmtrak SDP40F redesignated by Santa Fe as an SDF40 sits at Santa Fe's Hobart diesel facility ready for work.
Santa Fe F7 A & B unit lash-up at the California State Railroad Museum in old Sacramento around 1994.
Westbound Santa Fe train descending Tehachapi Mountains near Tehachapi
Santa Fe LA Harbor to Barstow train 828 climbing Cajon Pass near Alray station
Eastbound Santa Fe freight climbing Cajon Pass at Blue Cut
A Santa Fe 199 train accelerates out of Stockton.
Curving through Arizona’s Crozier Canyon is an eastbound freight led by three Santa Fe EMDs on March 6, 1996. Two SD40-2s lead a former Amtrak “cowl” SDP40F, rebuilt by Santa Fe and labeled a SDF4... (more)
In the late afternoon, an eastbound Santa Fe pig train climbs out of tunnel 5 toward Cliff.
Santa Fe's newest locomotives were leading Santa Fe's hottest train as a brace of GP60Ms leads the QLANY into the morning sun in Darling, AZ.
A meet with Santa Fe SD40-2 5086 and westbound C40-8W 850 east of Daggett, California October 12, 1994
A hot 199 train hustles westward through the dry environs of Caliente Creek near Ilmon.
Santa Fe 5570 West meets an eastbound manifest at Cable Crossover.
With clouds darkening the horizon, Santa Fe 8730 East splits the trackside detectors just east of the crossover.
At Cameron, Santa Fe 5211 West grinds its way up the defile that leads from the Mojave Desert into the Tehachapi Valley.