A derailment has been pushed aside to allow track reconstruction and the passage of Train 17, Super Chief / El Capitan led by two FP45’s at Ribera, N.M. Jan. 16, 1969.
Three Amtrak SDP40F hood units hardly two months old yank Train 3 the combined Super Chief - El Capitan up Raton Pass near Gallinas, Colo. on Sept. 2, 1973. AT&SF wound up buying some of the SDP... (more)
A U28CG, an FP45 and two F45’s lift Santa Fe’s combined Super Chief - El Capitan around Wootton Ranch curve in Colorado headed up to the highest point on the AT&SF Ry. at Raton Pass, 7588-ft. Thi... (more)
Santa Fe’s eastbound Super Chief, Train 18, had to go in the siding at Blanchard, N.M. to clear for the much heavier unit coal train, operating from York Canyon, N.M. to Kaiser Steel at Fontana, C... (more)
With a load of pipe in its train, Santa Fe’s La Junta - Dodge City local has arrived Dodge City, Kansas behind Alco RSD-4 2141, Nov. 17, 1967.
The TP&W has delivered interchange freight to the AT&SF at Ft. Madison, Iowa and its four units (2 EMD, 2 Alco) are ready to return to home rails at Lomax, Ill. March 12, 1969.
Four hoods from ATSF 6300 U-boats makes handy and instant sheds at Argentine Shops, Kansas City, Mo. Feb. 16, 1980. Conrail unit 3683 at left will be headed back home.
Three ATSF GE U25B’s hustle tonnage southward toward Houston and the Gulf at Milano, Texas on April 16, 1971.
A GP-20 and two GE U25B’s bring a westbound Santa Fe freight into Kansas City, Mo. on Dec. 18, 1966.
Four GP-38’s power Santa Fe’s northbound freight over hill and dale country of central Texas near Moody on May 2, 1971.
ATSF’s local from Pueblo has reached Canon City, Colo. with RSD-4 2137 leading the way over a part of D&RGW trackage rights, May 3, 1967.
Santa Fe Alco RSD15 604 and two RSD-4’s lead Train 31 out of La Junta (Colo.) yard en route to Albuquerque and Belen, N.M. April 23, 1967.
Santa Fe’s all-Pullman Super Chief winds around the horseshoe curve at Blanchard, N.M. en route to its climb over Raton Pass to get out of New Mexico and dash on to Chicago. Five F units were lea... (more)
Charging west of La Junta, Colo. at Benton behind two new FP-45’s is Santa Fe’s Train 17 combined El Capitan / Super Chief hell bent for Raton Pass and then on to California, Sept. 10, 1968.
The FP-45 and F-45 on Santa Fe’s Trn. 17 El Capitan / Super Chief needed a little assistance from SD-39 4008 on October 1, 1970 as the train passed Maxwell, N.M.