Three westbound freights line up nicely for servicing at the west end of Clovis Yard. The photo was taken from the Hull Street overpass, which has since been replaced by a new structure.
Early on the morning of November 29, 1968, two freight trains collided head on just south of Hale Center, Texas, on the Plainview District. As a result, the 213L broke completely in half just behi... (more)
On October 17, 1971, a train derailed in front of another at Hackberry on Santa Fe's Albuquerque Division, Kingman Dsitrict. Five 4-axle locomotives on train 308 were derailed and some tumbled dow... (more)
Westbound Kyle plow train hit flangeway ice in a crossing at Kanorado on the Kanas-Colorado border derailing the plow and two of the three locomotives. The locomotives were soon rerailed, but the ... (more)
UP e/b manifest train derailment at Aikins, Kansas, on the Kansas Division between Topeka and Marysville. Units involved: U25Bs 632, 627, and Alco DL-640 (RS-27) 677. The up-side-down 677 can be s... (more)
On December 16, 1963, Santa Fe Train No. 2, the eastbound SAN FRANCISCO CHIEF struck a cattle truck just west of Clovis, New Mexico, derailing five F-units and 10 cars. Two days later, on a cloudy... (more)
Santa Fe #76, the eastbound CALIFORNIA SPECIAL makes a station stop at Lubbock, Texas, on a cold February 20, 1964. The train ran between a connection with the SAN FRANCISCO CHIEF at Clovis, New M... (more)
GM&O DL-109's 272 and 270 at the engine service facility at Union station
PCRC 1857 (ex-Amtrak F40PH) is just out of the paint booth at the shops near the PIT (Pacific Intermodal Terminal) yard.
SNCF 4-8-2s 241 P 31 and 241 P 25 are serviced at the Chaumont shops
T&NO S2 91 is departing the station at Yorktown with two stock cars loaded with horses and caboose 912. Local freight 377 operated between Yoakum and Kenedy, Texas, on this now-abandoned branch li... (more)
SP Alco RSD-5 at locomotive service facility awaiting its next call to duty
New York Central 4030 and 4082 leaving Union Station
Rock Island Train No. 21, station stop, Amarillo. (No. 21 originated in Memphis, Tennessee, and is en route to Tucumcari, New Mexico.)