These trips I made with my dad down on the Santa Fe to catch the return of the red and silver warbonnets was absolutely incredible. Catching these beautiful B truck high speed hot rods, was about ... (more)
Santa Fe train No. 165 speeds through Lockport, Illinois, led by a quartet of freshly-repainted “Super Fleet” EMD FP45 cowls on February 25, 1990.
Eastbound No.18, the Super Chief/EL Capitan with FP45 105 and 104 at Crookton, Arizona on March 16, 1969. No photographer listed on slide.
A derailment has been pushed aside to allow track reconstruction and the passage of Train 17, Super Chief / El Capitan led by two FP45’s at Ribera, N.M. Jan. 16, 1969.
Charging west of La Junta, Colo. at Benton behind two new FP-45’s is Santa Fe’s Train 17 combined El Capitan / Super Chief hell bent for Raton Pass and then on to California, Sept. 10, 1968.
The 4th unit B40-8W is doing what GE's do best. Actually it's not actually on fire. Every time it would throttle up it would send a fire ball out the stack. Quite the spectacle to see. The other u... (more)
Four glistening Santa Fe FP45s lead the westbound 165 train through Lockport, Illinois on February 27, 1990. The early Super Fleet at its finest.