ATSF 8513 in "dress blue" leads a pair of former passenger GEs in the yellow/blue warbonnet scheme (U30CG/U28CG) as their train readies for departure from Corwith Yard for the run to Kan... (more)
Santa Fe SD75M no. 227 leads a Q Train out of Corwith Yard near Chicago with the help of a mix of Santa Fe and BN power just days after the official marriage of the two railroad systems.
A trio of Santa Fe GEs leads a manifest freight out of Corwith Yard as seen from the yard tower's walkway. Tom Golden photo.
Santa Fe 537, an FM H12-44 switcher was in storage with several other FMs in September 1972. By 1974 this unit would be retired. The shot was taken at Corwith diesel shops on Chicago's southwest s... (more)
A cool, icy day greets a trio of Santa Fe GP7s about to go to work at Corwith Yard, Chicago, IL in January 1976. The lead unit is in "dress blue" and was a stem generator equipped unit w... (more)
Less than a year old, a pair of Santa Fe Warbonnet GEs await their next move at Corwith Yard. Tom Golden photo.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Freshly-repainted Santa Fe EMD SD45-2 No. 5830 sits at Corwith Yard in Chicago, Illinois, on August 30, 1986.
Several locomotives are lined up at Santa Fe’s Corwith Yard locomotive facility on November 22, 1986. Three are painted in the mid-eighties merger scheme to be used with the proposed Southern Paci... (more)
Several Santa Fe locomotives rest at Corwith Yard southwest of downtown Chicago on August 30, 1986. Left to right is freshly-repainted EMD SD45-2 No. 5830, the 100-story John Hancock Center, four ... (more)
A new SD75m awaits assignment, while some older brothers get some tender loving care. The SD75M was one of the last new locomotives delivered to the Santa Fe.
1997 was the year of Heritage I, and two new invaders are parked at the former Santa Fe's Corwith Yard ready to mix it up with the more traditional red and silver/blue and yellow schemes.
ATSF 7440 heads up a long string of Santa Fe power at Corwith Yard. At this time Blue and yellow still have a strong hold on the colors, but Superfleet red and silver are making inroads. The BNSF ... (more)
Smell the paint! The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.
Along with a pair of Warbonnet F45s, Santa Fe's first pair of GP60Ms lead their first revenue move, the QNYLA, west out of an overcast Chicago with a test car in tow. Tom Golden photo.