Unique to the Santa Fe - in fact, unique in all of railroading - is Santa Fe SWBLW 1460, as seen in the collection of the Western America Railroad Museum in Barstow, California, on December 18, 20... (more)
A rebuilt BLW SWBLW, originally built in 1943 as Baldwin VO-1000 - ATSF 2220, on display at the Western American Railroad Museum in Barstow, California. The museum collects, preserves and shares t... (more)
Stuffed and mounted. This hybrid "Beep" made from a Baldwin frame with Geep innards sits near the Barstow yard.
A classic in not too bad of shape on display at the Western American Railroad Museum in Barstow.
The shop switcher at Argentine, commonly referred to as the beep
Another view of the "Beep" at Topeka, Kansas.
The "Beep" sits at BNSF's Topeka shops. This Baldwin switcher, re-worked with a Geep long hood by the Santa Fe Topeka forces served as the shop switcher.
Unique ATSF 1460 rebuilt at Cleburne in 1970 from BLW VO-1000 2220 using Geep hood, trucks and 16-567B engine. Kodak ISO 200 print, Canon AE-1.