BNSF 1882 sits on the north/east end of the Galesburg hump yard, under the watchful eye of the 1902.
BNSF 1882 and friends sit on the north/east end of the Galesburg hump.
Santa Fe 2916 and another GP-35 are pushing hard on cabooses 999031 and 999172 at Sullivan's Curve in Cajon Pass.
Merry Christmas everyone......
A eastbound BNSF empty coke train crossing over the North Fork Skykomish River on the eve before Christmas Eve.
Just after sunrise, two men check the lead unit of a BNSF eastbound for mechanical problems. Meanwhile, the flanks of BNSF SD75I No. 8277 gleam in the low, clear sunlight, Many observers felt that... (more)
BNSF 1933 (SD40-2) climbs out of the Denver Yard with a freight.
Designated E8Am by Santa Fe, this brace of power is fit to lead a Chief.
Seven Santa Fe units of assorted varieties power there train over Cajon Pass.
Harvest is in full swing as one shuttle grain train waits on the Niles loop while another breezes past on the mainline.
Santa Fe GP7 2758 was remanufactured 9/81 at Cleburne Shops as a GP7u and renumbered 2021.
Santa Fe’s westbound hotshot train LA-53 with three GE U33C’s glides past East Tower as it arrives Amarillo, Texas half way on its transcontinental dash on Aug. 2, 1970. Note the cowboy enginee... (more)
By the time of this photo these four AT&SF Alco RSD-5’s (the 2102 was an RSD-4) likely supplied parts to keep their compadres running a little longer, Albuquerque, N.M. roundhouse, March 10, 1967.
Santa Fe EMD GP7R 2226, 2082 at Fort Worth, Texas.
BN SD40-2 No. 6338 idles in the yard at Portland, OR.