Storm water, Strobes and Super Fleet! The Santa Fe cowl reflects on the west wye at the museum.
Yard 5 at IRM generally has a couple of units lined up for morning light. Here the BN 1 and UP 1848 fit that description.
The SP 975 sits in low, early morning light on the steam service tracks at IRM. The 975 is an ALCO product, produced in 1918.
The ATSF 2903, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1943 for the Santa Fe, is displayed at IRM. The 2903 is a heavy Northern type locomotive, it weighs in over 510,000 pounds, while the FP45 next... (more)
Another display Santa Fe Railway Historical and Modeling Society tour at IRM. Here the 92 shows off its fresh coat of silver on the trucks and fuel tank.
On July 17 the Santa Fe Railway Historical and Modeling Society toured the museum as part of their Chicago convention. For this event a few Santa Fe displays were arranged. Here we have the Green ... (more)
Santa Fe, Northern, and Santa Fe! Depicted here, a Santa Fe F7 A Unit classic soaks in warm museum lighting in display as a shortline steam locomotive No. 112 and a Santa Fe "Chief" priv... (more)
The Manly Junction owned Rock Island E units were on loan to the Hub City Heritage Museum for "Railroad Days" display. Here the slant nosed 630 sits, casting it's reflection on the rail... (more)
Copper Range 29 sits on display in North Freedom.
FRESH ROCK ISLAND PAINT. Here the Rock Island 4506 is displayed for the volunteers who had worked on the restoration of the unit, from C&NW 4160 back to its rebuilt appearance as the ROCK. Test ... (more)
N&W SD7 2349 sits on display in Bellevue.
The FP45 was last model of passenger locomotive purchased by the Santa Fe. Here the 92 poses next to the C&NW style dwarf signals at the west end of the depot.
The roundhouse in downtown Toronto features many iconic Canadian pieces of equipment