Santa Fe Lives On. You almost forgot what year it was when photographing this scene. Standing proudly against the dark, night sky is ATSF 108 wearing its resplendent warbonnet paint scheme ... (more)
Stars Under The Stars. Posed together at the Southern California Railway Museum beneath the night sky are SP 3100 (U25B), ATSF 108 (FP45) and the ATSF 999076. While COVID-19 might have put ... (more)
Beautifully restored to its "as delivered" appearance is Santa Fe Railway FP45 108. When the BNSF Railway retired their small fleet of FP45s, which they inherited when the Santa Fe and ... (more)
Freshly unveiled earlier in the day, ATSF 108 pauses for a photograph before returning to the Diesel Shop for the night. This was 108's first day of operation after a 6 year restoration by museum ... (more)
A GP60M leads a pair of Bluebonnets on an intermodal train. Tom Golden photo.
Recently restored Santa Fe FP45 rests overnight in SCRM's Carbarn Seven. This locomotive was backdated to it's as delivered appearance by museum volunteers. The hard work of the restoration team r... (more)
ATSF FP45 #108 leads the 9am Day out with Thomas train back south at Ellis Street.
A lazy Sunday afternoon at the Orange Empire Railway museum in Perris, CA finds recently restored Santa Fe FP45 #108 looking great as the motive power for the last pumpkin train of the season. Par... (more)
Careening through Ethel Santa Fe’s 188 train slams through Ethel, Missouri, at 1:11 p.m. on June 16, 1990 with three new EMD GP60Ms leading the way. The third locomotive in the consist ... (more)
As a passing thunderstorm drops rain outside across the Orange Empire Railroad Museum's (OERM) grounds, nice and dry inside a true gem of the Santa Fe Railway glistens as it awaits the final touch... (more)
With three new EMD GP60Ms on the point, Santa Fe train No. 188 slams through Ethel, Missouri, at 1:11 p.m. on June 16, 1990. The third locomotive in the consist is No. 111 on its first trip west o... (more)
Just after sunrise, a Santa Fe 991 train passes the Orwood marina on its way to the bridge.
ATSF FP45u #108 and sister #105 lead the Westbound El Capitan, running as a second section of train #17, The Super Chief, out of Apache Canyon towards Lamy.