Santa Fe 5115, SF 8739, SF 5989 and SF 8756 are beginning to move after getting a green signal at the north end of Verdemont in Cajon Pass.
Santa Fe 5115, SF 8739, SF 5989 and SF 8756 are stopped at the north end of Verdemont, waiting for a green signal to proceed down hill into San Bernardino.
Santa Fe train 804 tries to outrun impending storms as it knocks down the semaphore at Wagon Mound, New Mexico. With just six cars, 804 wasn’t a profitable run on this day.
With one six-axle EMD for each car, and one for the caboose, Santa Fe Train 804 rolls east across the New Mexico desert toward Raton.
Starting up the 3 percent Raton Pass grade, a severely overpowered Santa Fe train 804 has left Raton, and is passing Keota, New Mexico on a May afternoon.
Making the grade – To make sure this six-car train can successfully negotiate the demanding climb over Raton Pass, the Santa Fe has assigned an SD for each car, and a GP50 for the caboose. Always ... (more)
Nice sampling of power at Santa Fe's Pueblo engine facility. The sign on the yard office is nice too.