On May 23, 1990, Santa Fe Railway’s first two GP60Ms made their first trip eastward out of Los Angeles, having arrived in California for the first time the day before. ATSF 100 and 101 were still... (more)
Dusk blankets the sky above Simi Valley as the southbound Coast Starlight highballs town with the private car "Redwood Empire," running with reporting marks of ATSF 33, brings up the mar... (more)
Santa Fe extended vision caboose brings up the rear of an intermodal freight at MP 233 from Chicago in Ft. Madison, IA on Santa Fe's Chicago-Kansas City speedway.
In the early days of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad’s existence, it was often hard to tell that the Burlington Northern and the Santa Fe had merged. Such was the case on October 9, 199... (more)
Sitting in the backshop of Santa Fe’s San Bernardino Shops are half of the railroad’s TR4 "cow and calf" sets: TR4A 1418L and TR4B 1418A. Having worked most of their lives in Argentine... (more)
ATSF 5330 leads a mixed manifest west through Maine, Arizona on the Santa Fe Transcon.
Led by a set of EMD GP60s, a Santa Fe piggyback train flies eastbound through the curve at milepost 329 at Darling, Arizona, on April 19, 1990.
A Santa Fe local on the Clarkdale Branch. This remote Brach Is now the Verde Canyon Railway. Much of this Beautiful line Can Only Be reached By riding the Train or By Air. I got many Shots of it... (more)
A Santa fe westbound pulls out onto the Canyon Diablo Bridge while making a set out at the Canyon Diablo siding. Note the pilings in the canyon from past bridges. Photo taken from my friend Don... (more)
Santa Fe GP38 no. 2359 idles by the sanding tower at the small engine facility at Ft. Madison, IA.
Santa Fe GP20s show off the old and the new color schemes at Corwith Yard in Chicago on a chilly but snowless January day in 1976.
Yet another eastbound Santa Fe freight climbs out of Abo Canyon with a nice mix of power.
My only time at Abo and Raton was in 1992 on the heels of chasing ATSF 3751 from KC to Alberquerque and riding a C&TS photo freight. A morning walk in from the Highway 60 overpass near Scholle wa... (more)
This view has been captured by a few over the years. I was fortunate to get 3 trains here to close out a great day of photography around Abo Canyon.