On one of the longer tangents that it will encounter during the climb to Cajon Pass, an eastbound Santa Fe intermodal train rolls through Cajon Junction, California.
A half-dozen GP35’s, with a GP30 thrown in for good measure, lead an eastbound Santa Fe auto train up the grade at Cajon, California.
After sunset with a couple of GPs working up the 3 % grade
of the Cajon pass at Mormon rocks
Four Santa Fe six-axles, two EMD’s and two GE’s, ease a westbound manifest down the Grade at Cajon, California.
A hot Santa Fe 891 train heads east in July 1986. This piggyback train is crossing the Santa Ana River at the east end of Santa Ana Canyon, and in the process has also just crossed from Orange Co... (more)
Unique to the Santa Fe - in fact, unique in all of railroading - is Santa Fe SWBLW 1460, as seen in the collection of the Western America Railroad Museum in Barstow, California, on December 18, 20... (more)
The Amtrak passenger station in Las Vegas, New Mexico, was built in 1899. The former Santa Fe two-story brick depot was built in the Spanish Mission-style and features a red tile roof, ornate met... (more)
The 1912-built Santa Fe passenger depot in Artesia, New Mexico, now serves as the Artesia Chamber of Commerce, as well as a visitors center and the Pecos Valley Dairy Museum. The open waiting roo... (more)
The Santa Fe station at Carlsbad, NM started out as a traditional brick structure that was later extended and extensively rebuilt into a stucco structure with a more "southwestern" appea... (more)
The Santa Fe station in Vaughn, New Mexico, was built in 1908. Constructed in a Mission Revival architectural style, it also had an accompanying Harvey House in a matching Mission Revival style. ... (more)
A eastbound goes through the big cut at east Perrin on the Crookton cutoff
A eastbound passes under the Old highway 66 bridge east of Flagstaff
Various goodies at GM Yard this evening. Of note is the Santa Fe Warbonnet painted B40-8W, #555.
The Flagstaff Switcher rests after a thunderstorm
GP60m 111 leads a eastbound through the now gone tunnels at Alray