Four Santa Fe Dash 8-40BWs speed an eastbound intermodal train out of Sais, New Mexico, for a trip through Abo Canyon on May 23, 1991.
Entering Abo Canyon from the west.
A trio of Santa Fe GP60s (in two flavors; GP60 and GP60M) head a westbound intermodal through Abo Canyon, New Mexico. I remember many times I’d be disappointed because I didn’t get an all-Super Fl... (more)
Eastbound manifest enters Abo Canyon
Eastbound intermodal heads upgrade through scenic Abo Canyon
Westbound intermodal heads downhill through Abo Canyon
On a frigid evening in January 1994, an eastbound Santa Fe stack train works upgrade into Abo Canyon and the sunset and across the first of seven bridges it will cross in the canyon. Ladrón Peak "... (more)
Eastbound piggyback train passing through Abo Canyon. The BNSF is currently adding a second main track through here.
A stack train winds its way through New Mexico's Abo Canyon. BNSF is currently working on a project to double-track this line.
A mixed bag of power leads a shooter east at the entrance to Abo Canyon.
Exiting the Canyon.
Exiting Abo Canyon westbound.
Exiting Abo Canyon, preparing to hit high speed track all the way to Barstow.
A rare spot of single track on ATSF's main artery ...
A nice sweeping curve in the depths of Abo Canyon ...