Santa Fe Southern passenger/baggage car sits idol in the rail yard at Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Fe Southern caboose attached to SFS GP-16 at the Santa Fe, New Mexico rail yard station
GP-16 of the now defunct Santa Fe Southern sits side tracked at Lamy, New Mexico.
Built in 1915 by ATSF in Spanish Colonial style, this lovely Union Station is now in the National Register of historic places. At left, my family getting some info at the tourism office.
An abundance of rain over the last several months has produced fields upon fields of sunflowers. Featured is one with a now retired Santa Fe Southern locomotive in the background.
Santa Fe Southern GP16 #93, Lamy, NM. Taken from on board Amtrak's eastbound 'Southwest Chief'. My wife & I rode this train as part of a trip from Buffalo to Sacramento (on the 'Lakeshore Limited'... (more)
A old retired snowplow hooked up to Santa Fe 1404 sit in a railway museum on the outskirts of Squamish, British Columbia.
Having run around it's train, the locomotive passes the Mission Chapel of Our Lady of Light which closed in 1994. It opened in 1926 and was the only church ever constructed in Lamy which was once ... (more)
One of Santa Fe Southern's units at there small yard in Santa Fe.
Returning to it's name sake city, the Santa Fe Southern "mixed" crosses a classic wooden trestle outside of town. The train met Amtrak's Southwest Chief at Lamy and is on the return leg home.
Santa Fe Railway drops of cars at Lamy for the Santa Fe Southern to pick up for the City of Santa Fe. Later they are returned to Lamy for the Santa Fe Railway to pick up.
Departing Lamy, the “mixed” trundles along some weed grown and uneven track towards Santa Fe. It’s hard to image that this was once the busy connection to Santa Fe’s namesake city. At the station ... (more)
GP-16 No. 07 awaits its days run at the Santa Fe yard
Santa Fe Southern excursion train at Santa Fe yard after completing the days run.
Santa Fe Southern Engine 93 takes a break on a siding at Lamy, New Mexico. The train was being used as a prop in the motion picture "Sunshine Cleaning" in the infamous "tresseling" scene.