Back in the late eighties, early nineties. Santa Fe was really sold on the concept of B truck locomotives. The idea was with light hot shot trains, could really get up and fly. That I can't not ar... (more)
A Santa Fe Super Fleet GP60M finds itself working for the Union Pacific, assigned to the Provo Switcher on Oct. 2, 2000.
A hot 991 train roars through the cut below the Loop behind four red and silver GP60Ms.
Four GP60Ms roar upgrade with a hot 991 train as they approach tunnel 3 on a beautiful spring day in the Tehachapi Mountains.
A hot 991 train behind four GP60Ms is about to duck into tunnel 3 with the Tehachapi Mountains covered in greenery and wildflowers.
Santa Fe 112 East, a hot 991 train, roars uphill through the curves above Caliente with four 710-equipped GP60Ms.
Four GP60Ms lead a hot 991 train up the cut from the crossing of Tehachapi Creek toward the Loop.
Nearly new ATSF locos in Warbonnet paint lead a WB at Caliente.
During the hieght of the Super Fleet era, AT&SF's hot 199 train blasts through Port Chicago on its way to Richmond.
BNSF Eastbound Vehicle Train at Abo Canyon, NM. ( Bridge 1 ) on BNSF'S Clovis Sub
A-B-A-A set of GP60M's on a westbound at Houlihan's Curve