A Santa Fe stack train dashes across spectacular Canyon Diablo Bridge at Canyon Diablo, Arizona, on April 19, 1990. A “Kodachrome” GE C30-7 leads a pair of EMD SD40-2s and a pair of EMD SD40s as p... (more)
As the snow continues to fall on a cold February morning, BNSF 5971 leads an eastbound empty grain train past the Flagstaff, AZ train station on February 28th, 2018.
Three locomotives sit outside Burlington Northern’s Belknap Street roundhouse in Superior, Wisconsin, on October 19, 1985. A couple of radial tracks off the turntable at this former Great Northern... (more)
A matched pair of Executive MAC's are waiting in Longmont, Colorado for their next run.
On hold on Track 1. Rock consist on hold on Track 2.
On a gorgeous spring evening, two BNSF C44-9W's lead a northbound stack train across the vast open spaces near Norfolk, Colorado on April 9, 2018.
One of each of EMD's 20-cylinder cowl units accelerate Santa Fe train 15, the Chicago-Houston Texas Chief, away from the stop at Joliet, IL, on a hazy summer afternoon. Warbonnet-painted FP45 5946... (more)
As the trees gain their leafs, a pair of cascade green SD60Ms lead a freight into Albina Yard from the BN.
Westbound Santa Fe freight with all EMD's SDF40-2 5265 (ex-Amtrak SDP40F 649), SD45-2 5838, SD45 5339 and SD40-2 5141 near Summit, California. March 17, 1991
Empty rock train NS U73 crosses the I-77 trestle on the former Virginian Railway's P-D District.
A BN board of director's special is running along US Highway 2 somewhere between Bonners Ferry and Sandpoint on the afternoon of October 1, 1995.
For a moment, time seems to have stood still in Knox as a local freight with a cascade green SD40-2 and SD60M rolls westward past the old grain elevators.
The Willow Springs ramp job waits to continue its headroom move as the Argonne Job makes its shove move into GM Yard. It was a Santa Fe kind of morning in Hodgkins.
Here is an example of one of the Santa Fe 4-6-4 Hudson steam locomotives built by Baldwin Locomotive Works. This BLW builders photo card is from the J. R. Doughty collection.
Priority stacks meet mixed freight from Northtown on the straightaway between the Hawley wooden bridges. The orange Subaru did not let me down when I switched bridges with just 30 seconds to spare... (more)