A quartet of Super Fleet GEs (ATSF 545, ATSF 534, ATSF 511, ATSF 502) lead Santa Fe's hot 199 train through Chalender, Arizona on May 4, 1991.
Five nifty Super Fleet motors lead Santa Fe's hot 199 train across the New Mexico/Arizona border through Lupton just before sunset on Oct. 6, 1995.
Santa Fe's hottest train--Chicago to Richmond, CA intermodal 199--rounds the curve on the approach to the tunnel at Glen Fraser, CA, in Franklin Canyon. The warbonnet GE on the point is uncharacte... (more)
Hottest of the hot: At 4:30 p.m. on August 24, 1991, Santa Fe’s 199 train is just moments out of Chillicothe, and getting up to a good speed for the jaunt around Houlihan’s Curve and Edelstein Hil... (more)
Three "Super Fleet" GEs bring the Santa Fe's hot 199 train through the west end of Woodford. The train will pass under Route 58 here. Train 199 was a daily Chicago-Richmond, CA premium intermodal ... (more)
Santa Fe’s ultra-hot westbound intermodal, the 199 train, cruises through the curve at Ransom, Illinois, on the afternoon of May 2, 1992. This train carried premium-priced traffic from Chicago to ... (more)
Santa Fe No. 199 cruises into Lemont, Illinois, crossing the bridge over the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal on September 2, 1990. Three fairly new GP60Ms power one of the hottest trains on the Sa... (more)
Santa Fe’s hot 199 train roars through Houlihan’s Curve west of Chillicothe, Illinois, on June 20, 1992. Trailing the lead GE Dash 8-40BW in the all-Superfleet consist is an A-B-A set of EMD GP60s... (more)
A Warbonnet Morning: Eastbound Chicago-Richmond (Bay Area) intermodal hotshot 199--the Santa Fe's hottest train--drops downgrade for a meet at Walong. The morning fog in the valley is still burnin... (more)
Santa Fe's ultra-hot 199 train drops downgrade from Tehachapi on the last leg of its long Chicago to Richmond, CA trip.
A perfect ABBA set with a blue guy last.
A perfect ABBA set of GP60s and a old blue and gold one!
A perfect ABBA set of GP60s!
A pair of SD45-2's, U36C, and SD45 run this pig train fast through McCook.
Passing the "Oilcans"