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Trains on Bridges - New Mexico
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Photo ID: 586909

The last train of the day between Santa Fe and Albuquerque heads along the old Santa Fe right-of-way after dark.

Railroad: New Mexico Railrunner Express
Locomotive: MPI MP36PH-3C
Location: Rosario, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: NMRX 104
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 15, 2016


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By: Steve Barry / www.railroadphotographer.com

Added: Aug 25, 2016

Views: 1,334
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Favorited: 10
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Photo ID: 569881

The Rio Puerco River was running muddy as Santa Fe Train 1, San Francisco Chief, crossed it westbound on Aug. 8, 1970, after leaving Albuquerque, about 34 miles back.

Railroad: Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Locomotive: EMD F7(A)
Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: ATSF 1
Photo Date: August 08, 1970


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By: Steve Patterson

Added: Mar 17, 2016

Views: 11,039
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Photo ID: 561697

Union Pacific 844 crosses the Pecos River in 2011 for the Arizona Centennial Train (though the actual anniversary was not to occur until 2012). For the diesel fans, note the UP 1996, the South... (more)

Railroad: Union Pacific
Locomotive: Steam 4-8-4
Location: Santa Rosa, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: UPRR 844
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November 05, 2011


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By: William Diehl

Added: Jan 11, 2016

Views: 1,949
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Favorited: 17

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Photo ID: 543537

Here we see Amtrak's Southwest Chief #4 slowly making its way through Apache Canyon on a brutally cold and snowy winter afternoon. Decorated in the phase IV paint scheme, this train features Herit... (more)

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: Apache Canyon (Canyoncito), New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 184
Train ID: AMTK 4
Photo Date: January 21, 2015


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By: Elijah Cross

Added: Aug 23, 2015

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Photo ID: 530241

On a bright but very cold February 20, 1969, GP7 2811 rolls the (almost) daily local out of Santa Fe, headed down the 18-mile branch to a connection with the main line at Lamy. In 1880, the AT&SF ... (more)

Railroad: Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Locomotive: EMD GP7
Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: 2811
Train ID: local freight
Photo Date: February 20, 1969


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By: Bill Marvel

Added: May 08, 2015

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Photo ID: 530120

Amtrak 4 crosses the Mora River and splits the 748 semaphores on what is to be one of their final days.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: Watrous, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: 95
Train ID: 4
Photo Date: May 04, 2015


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By: Christopher Rinker

Added: May 07, 2015

Views: 4,142
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Photo ID: 455137

Extra 463 crosses over Hangman's Trestle on a crystal clear day to end September.

Railroad: Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-8-2
Location: Chama, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: D&RGW 463
Train ID: Extra 463
Photo Date: September 30, 2013


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By: Andy Toms

Added: Oct 14, 2013

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Photo ID: 432094

Returning to it's name sake city, the Santa Fe Southern "mixed" crosses a classic wooden trestle outside of town. The train met Amtrak's Southwest Chief at Lamy and is on the return leg home.

Railroad: Santa Fe Southern Railway
Locomotive: GP-16
Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: 93
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November 20, 2010


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By: Eric Williams

Added: Apr 12, 2013

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Photo ID: 429418

The dry riverbed of the Pecos River is obvious here as Southwestern’s R81 turn (Carlsbad - Mosaic Mine) crosses the Pecos River trestle 3 miles from Loving, NM. This former ATSF branch was spun... (more)

Railroad: Southwestern Railroad
Locomotive: EMD SD50
Location: Loving, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: SW 5103
Train ID: SW R81
Photo Date: March 14, 2013


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By: Fotaugrafee

Added: Mar 23, 2013

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Photo ID: 429414

There isn’t too much scenery to be had in the salt flats & high desert of southeastern New Mexico, but here is one shot I’ve been planning to hit the past month or two. A pair of former Austin ... (more)

Railroad: Southwestern Railroad
Locomotive: EMD SD50
Location: Loving, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: SW 5103
Train ID: SW R81
Photo Date: March 14, 2013


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By: Fotaugrafee

Added: Mar 23, 2013

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Photo ID: 387068

Train #510 departs the Alvarado Transportation Center in Albuquerque for Santa Fe. NMRX 101 is shoving on the south end of the train as it crosses Central Ave. formerly US Route 66.

Railroad: New Mexico Railrunner Express
Locomotive: MPI MP36PH-3C
Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: NMRX 101
Train ID: NMRX 510
Photo Date: May 12, 2011


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By: Andrew Blaszczyk (2)

Added: Jan 17, 2012

Views: 2,754
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Favorited: 12

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Photo ID: 353467

Two Swooshie'd B40-8W's rumble West, wrong-main-running back to Gallup after serving Western Fuels.

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: GE B40-8W (Dash 8-40BW)
Location: Pegs, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 516
Train ID: L SWE0211 02I
Photo Date: February 02, 2011


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By: Steven M. Welch

Added: Feb 02, 2011

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Photo ID: 314497

ATSF F7A #37C leads a five-unit lashup into the steel plate truss bridge over Galisteo Creek and towards Lamy with the combined Super Chief/El Capitan in tow. US Highway 285, soon to be Interstate... (more)

Railroad: Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Locomotive: EMD F7(A)
Location: Glorieta, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: ATSF 37C
Train ID: 17
Photo Date: June, 1969


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By: Martin Matlack

Added: Feb 16, 2010

Views: 8,637
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Photo ID: 304725

Amtrak #3, The Super Chief, descends La Bajada Hill, westbound for Albuquerque. Amtrak is just over 1 year old and is still using old ATSF Warbonnet power, and the train is still a combination of ... (more)

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: EMD F7(A)
Location: Los Cerrillos, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: ATSF 301C
Train ID: AMTK 3
Photo Date: October 12, 1972


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By: Martin Matlack

Added: Nov 21, 2009

Views: 9,037
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Photo ID: 299558

The morning train from Chama to Antonito kicks off the 63-mile-plus, day-long excursion with a crossing of the Rio Chama, just outside the yard. This 230 ft, steel truss bridge is nearly 90 year... (more)

Railroad: Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-8-2
Location: Chama, New Mexico, USA
Locomotive #: DRGW 484
Train ID: Chama to Antonitol
Photo Date: September 25, 2009


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Oct 06, 2009

Views: 3,300
Comments: 2

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