ATSF 92 rests next to the vintage Santa Fe sign at the IRM over labor day weekend.
On a slightly hazy afternoon in the spring of 1989, an eastbound Santa Fe pig train heads across a big fill just west of Christie, CA.
Santa Fe Alco PA1 55 Even At the end having been traded into EMD it still looks Beautiful. As A kid growing up these and Santa Fe RSD15s were my favorite diesels. original Kodachrome from my co... (more)
ATSF 8513 in "dress blue" leads a pair of former passenger GEs in the yellow/blue warbonnet scheme (U30CG/U28CG) as their train readies for departure from Corwith Yard for the run to Kan... (more)
Santa Fe GE C44-9W No. 604 and a Montana Rail Link EMD SD45 power Burlington Northern Santa Fe train 207 through Tunnel 3.9 east of Belton, Montana, on the pretty autumn afternoon of October 9, 19... (more)
Left turn, Clyde. The 616 East is diverging from the joint track arrangement that exists with NS (nee Wabash), some sixty miles east of Kansas City. It being just a few months after the BNSF merge... (more)
ATSF 302C and 305C take a rest at the former Santa Fe Archer Avenue coach yard and passenger locomotive facility south of downtown Chicago on a sunny September day in 1972. Now run by Amtrak, thes... (more)
Santa Fe 848 West roars out of the valley where Seligman is located. The grades in both directions out of the small town are significant. In the distance, we can see the tracks climbing east towar... (more)
Santa Fe's hottest eastbound train, 991, has just cleared the turnout off SP's Mojave Sub onto Santa Fe's Mojave Sub for the sprint to Barstow and eventually Chicago.
Sears & Steam. Santa Fe 3751 gently eases through the sharp curve that makes up the coupling track on its return to Redondo Junction. Home to the famous 4-8-4 during its active service care... (more)
80 Inches Frozen in Time. Catching the lights scattered across Amtrak's 8th Street Yard, Santa Fe 3751's drivers gleam this evening. The massive 4-8-4, built by Baldwin in 1927, is staged h... (more)
An eastbound Santa Fe pig train roars uphill past orange groves as it approaches the big "groove" at Sandcut.
Following a crew change, a Santa Fe intermodal departs Las Vegas, New Mexico. The route over Raton Pass no longer sees freight traffic.
Santa Fe’s Q train curves through Sedalia on Colorado’s Joint Line on the morning of July 7, 1989. The Denver to La Junta train is powered by EMD SD45-2 No. 5844 and SD40-2 No. 5182. Over on the n... (more)