In 1972, Seaboard Coast Line, Frisco and the Santa Fe operated a special promotional train from Richmond, California, to Richmond, Virginia to promote improved transcontinental service, thanks to ... (more)
It's early morning in Henrietta, MO along the Missouri River bottoms as the 5005 - looking Santa Fe all the way - and its consist slam the switch frogs. Santa Fe got the most from its power roster... (more)
Stacks at the west end of Matfield Green siding.
John Santa Fe only owned 20 of the "basic" SD-40s. They came early in the production run and were always aesthetic favorites of mine due to their balance. This one is a little worse for wear but... (more)
westbound 188 train climbing Ash Hill at Klondike, CA
A westbound Santa Fe stack train approaches the Claremont depot. Within two years, the station would be fully restored for Metrolink service.
It's train time in Pasadena, as one of Santa Fe's twenty SD40's approaches the famed Pasadena depot westbound, having just crossed Colorado Blvd.
Both the head end and the helpers on the rear can be seen negotiating the horseshoe curve at Caliente.
An SD40u leads 5 big six-axle units on an eastbound intermodal through an S-curve as they approach the horseshoe curve in Caliente.