Six minutes behind Santa Fe’s 881 train, a trio of “hot rod” GP60Ms speed the 791 train eastbound out of Ancona, Illinois, at 5:38 p.m. on May 9, 1992, seen in a panned photograph. When was the ne... (more)
Three warbonnet GP60Ms lead a Santa Fe 991 train through Antioch, CA, just as the suns comes up over the horizon. To the right of the hotshot is Sando siding, where many a meet was made between Sa... (more)
Santa Fe's hot eastbound TOFC train runs through drizzle and mist behind an A-A-B-A-A combination of EMD and GE road switchers.
A A-B-B-A set of Super Fleets three GP60's and a B40-8W 129, 334, 341, 534. We got excited about this one to say the least. The moon is still hanging out overhead.
At the top of the grade out of the Illinois River valley, the 199 shooter will soon kick up its heels as it heads west, Santa Fe All The Way.
Santa Fe 129 and 4 other GP60M's lead a westbound piggyback train down the 210 freeway, about to make a slow left turn down to street level in downtown Pasadena.
A westbound Santa Fe pigtrain exits the tunnel coming from the 210 freeway, into downtown Pasadena. The double-track MTA Gold Line now fills this scene.
Santa Fe GP60M 129 heads west toward the natural crossover at Frost as an eastbound passes on the adjacent track. Just south (railroad west) of Victorville, California, the westbound main crosses... (more)