Here's SuperFleet action in the final days of the Santa Fe. It was tough when I spotted this loco in Kansas City a few years ago, rusting away in a deadline, yet thankful I saw it during the glor... (more)
An older, yet still dependable EMD locomotive heads up these westbound autos. I saw a lot of trains in Gardner back in the 90's, but this is the only GP-35 that I photographed there. The bridge fr... (more)
The eastbound Southwest Chief glides into a curve at 90MPH.
A BNSF westbound intermodal rumbles along old Route 66. The small village of nearby Mesita is located in the Laguna Reservation. Landmarks in the area are Owl Rock and Dead Mans Curve.
High above the Missouri River floodplain, an engine crew member walks carefully alongside the second locomotive.
Still sporting almost all original equipment, the Super Chief climbs its way through the Sangre Di Cristo Mountains and towards the summit of Glorieta Pass. The Super Chief name was retained after... (more)
It was always a thrill to see the Wig Wag crossing signal in action in this small Missouri town, but unfortunately it was retired on 1/22/03.
Amtrak by this date, but still GM&O equipment.