A trio of EMD GP60Ms, Nos. 150, 111 and 137, round Houlihan’s Curve just west of Chillicothe, Illinois at 4:30 p.m. on August 24, 1991. This is Santa Fe’s 199 train, and is getting up to a good sp... (more)
Santa Fe EMD GP60M No. 127 shows off its famous warbonnet-clad profile while resting at the locomotive facility at Corwith Yard in Chicago, Illinois, on the morning of January 26, 1991.
An A-A-B-A set of warbonnet EMD GP60s is about to hurtle an eastbound piggyback train over a rural road west of Edelstein, Illinois, on August 24, 1991. Powering the train bound for Chicago is GP6... (more)
After having headed east with its shoving platform (a former caboose) leading, BNSF Railway train R-CAL0081-05I, one of the many locals that originate at the railway’s La Mirada Yard, was heading ... (more)
On a beautiful spring afternoon in Kingman Canyon, a weathered quartet of four axles heads west on Main 2 on the Seligman Subdivision.
Following the first section by 34 minutes, a second section of Santa Fe’s QNYLA train swings through the long curve at Ancona, Illinois, at 2:41 p.m. on May 2, 1992. Powering the speedster is a qu... (more)
Waiting for a warmer time of year are the piers and a diving board of the cottages lining the shore of Loon Lake, Washington, and on the cold morning of January 31, 2019, BNSF’s Chewelah Turn slow... (more)
Rambling along Railroad Avenue in Clayton, Washington, is the BNSF’s southbound Chewelah Turn, passing the Brickyard Tavern which was once the “Ramble in Tavern”. Powering the train is an impressi... (more)
BNSF GP60M No. 105 leads the Chewelah Turn southbound into Loon Lake, Washington, on the morning of February 1, 2019. Behind No. 105 (rebuilt and now labeled a GP60M-3), there are four GP60B units... (more)
BNSF 127, the former Santa Fe 127, is half of a pair of GP60Ms handling a cut of loaded intermodal well cars in Commerce, although the train is being backed into Hobart Yard in Vernon, seen in the... (more)
Four Warbonnet GP60Ms lead a hot intermodal train through Hodgkins. Tom Golden photo.
The" Swifties" with a rather nice set of power heading north on the Oregon Trunk. Thanks to GB for the heads up.
The 1st Watson has finished its daily switching at Chevron and is now on its way back to Alcoa Yard in Torrance, where it will do the same at Torrance Refinery.
On a dreary December 23, 1994, a Santa Fe intermodal train climbs Edelstein Hill between Chillicothe and Edelstein, Illinois, led by a bright warbonnet-clad EMD GP60M No. 101, followed by an older... (more)