Soo Line 6240 (1 of 54 SD39's made by EMD) leads a Lake States train out of Milwaukee, WI in May of 1987. Much has changed since this photo was taken. The Milwaukee skyline has added a building or... (more)
Soo Line train 17 crests Byron Hill south of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, on the afternoon of June 6, 1987. Leading the train is Soo Line EMD SD39 No. 6241 with nose lettering for short-lived Lake Stat... (more)
Santa Fe EMD SD39 No. 1567 shines in the afternoon sun on the afternoon of September 1, 1991, at the railroad’s locomotive facility at Corwith Yard near Chicago, Illinois. Similar looking to the... (more)
SF 4002 sits with other units including one in primer paint at the SF San Bernardino shops. Photo taken with permission.
Westbound freight PODH (Portland, ME - D&H Mohawk Yard, NY) opens the throttle after clearing a 10mph restriction on the Stoney Brook Branch. SD39 #692 leads the charge with SD26's 621 and 643 tra... (more)
Merger units 1574 and 1573 along with other Santa Fe power in San Bernardino yard.
A pretty rare one, from my dad photo's. For a short period of time. Utah Railway lease three ex Southern Pacific SD39's 5319, 5322, 5325, form Nation Railway Equipment. From what I understand Utah... (more)
A matched set of SD39's sit next to the Santa Fe passenger depot in Albuquerque, NM.
Two former BNSF (ATSF livery) sit being parted out and eventually cut up
Working customers on the northeast side of town, this crew has run out of time, and is waiting for a van to take them back to Cherokee Yard. Their locomotive was delivered to AT&SF in June 1969.
Four Santa Fe SD-39s sit next to the passenger station in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico.
A set of four Southern Pacific SD39s was sitting in the railroad’s Taylor Yard, consisting of SP 5316, 5322, 5321 and 5301. These engines were built in late 1968. (Los Angeles, California – ... (more)
A Southern Pacific freight heads west at 140-feet below sea level as it passes through southern California’s “Low Desert,” just 3 or 4 miles from the Salton Sea, and about 40 miles fr... (more)
Santa Fe 4015 sit near the depot in downtown Albuquerque.