ATSF power waits to be worked on at the railroad's San Benardino Shops.
AT&L CF7 No. 2491 sits in the afternoon sun in a grain storage facility in Garfield.
In 1984, Andy Muller, owner of the fledgling Blue Mountain and Reading, purchased a wholesale lot (certainly upwards of 20) CF7’s from the Santa Fe, with at least one GP7u thrown in for good measu... (more)
Newly-acquired Santa Fe CF7 2419 rests by the Black River & Western engine house in Ringoes, New Jersey. The rebuilt EMD became BR&W 41, and was ultimately scrapped. To the left, ex-Great Western ... (more)
Come Hell or high water, she wasn't gonna move.
Though Paul M. Jones Lumber is not a rail shipper, the sawmill is adjacent to the MDDE Snow Hill line, and provides a nice vintage backdrop for a line full of lore-- one of a handful of operationa... (more)
Three Midwest Coal Hauling CF7's with their Santa Fe
heritage paint lead coal empties away from the power plant at Paradise.
Somebody call the police: I'm being held hostage and they are forcing me to submit this ugly@@s attempt at an F7 rebuild. Seriously, back in those days of being overrun by CF7s, my partner in Sou... (more)
Quite a refreshing scheme on an otherwise butt-ugly CF7...:-)
Time has not been kind to Clinton Terminal's main motive power. A pink elephant, perhaps?
Santa Fe F-Unit rebuild. Now that modern locomotives have wide cabs, can you imagine an F-Unit bulldog nose on a SD90MAC?
AL&M CF7 number 1513 rests outside the railroads shops.