Santa Fe F7A 304L, wearing its new Yellow Warbonnet colors, leads Amtrak #778, an eastbound San Diegan (Los Angeles to San Diego). Built in October 1949, the 304L would be rebuilt as CF7 2... (more)
As a teenager not yet old enough to drive, I needed to bum rides to railfan. One Sunday in early 1970, my dad (and dog, Rex) and I headed out. Here a Santa Fe San Diegan blasts through La... (more)
After a pig train passes him at Sando, 231 streaks out of the siding and contniues his westward trip toward Richmond.
ATSF sent this beauty to EMD LaGrange as its representative for the 50th Anniversary celebration of the EMD FT103 demonstration tour. The 101 was one of the first two engines to be repainted into ... (more)
Ready to leave San Diego for LA, an Amtrak San Diegan sports mostly Santa Fe equipment, the Amtrak lettered combine the only outward indication that this is no longer a Santa Fe train. An REA Expr... (more)
ATSF 2381 catches a ride on QTTX 131423 as it makes it way to the Pacific Southwest Railroad Museum.
The Super Chief arriving at LAUPT -- Amtrak will arrive in a few weeks
Santa Fe 21C arrives in the early morning at Santa Fe Junction. See comments below for possible train ID..and thanks for the correction.
Locomotives congregate on a Saturday morning at Santa Fe's Bakersfield engine terminal and roundhouse.
The Texas Chief, Amtrak 16, is ready for its 12:20pm departure for Temple, Ft. Worth, and Chicago. ATSF F7 310C (ex-42C) was remanufactured to CF7 2531 by the Santa Fe at its Cleburne, TX s... (more)
Westbound Santa Fe intermodal train passing through Joliet, IL behind four F units.
ATSF SD 45 A-B-B-A units first run, Mamiya 645 color negative
This locomotive and 2-10-4 ATSF 5021 are sitting in front of the old SP Sacramento Locomotive Works boiler shop building. Eventually they will be restored for display.
Indian head logo on Santa Fe F7B 304A. To see the other version of this logo, see photo 113864.