ATSF 948 at Argentine maintenance facility for repairs of a minor collision damage. Photographer James Dubose -RL Collection.
Santa Fe GE B23-7 6372 and GP38 3529 at Cleburne, Texas.
Santa Fe SD75M 226, C40-8W 942 and a GP35 westbound at Minneola, California.
Leaning into a curve and seemingly right on top of us, clean and shiny GP60M No. 142 leads a Santa Fe 199 train at Bixler, CA ,about a mile west of Orwood in the San Joaquin Delta.
Eastbound stack train Pan Canyon between E Seligman and W Crookton
Unit was working in A yard
Surrounded by diesel locomotives in primer paint, Santa Fe 5394 shows off the brand new "Kodachrome" paint scheme for the proposed Santa Fe - Southern Pacific merger.
After meeting a westbound, a Santa Fe freight revs up and accelerates out of the siding at Knightsen, CA.
Santa Fe 5825, in the SPSF Kodachrome merger paint scheme, along with Santa Fe 5979 and two more units, leads a westbound down Cajon Pass near Keenbrook.
Santa Fe 2867, in the SPSF Kodachrome merger paint scheme, and Santa Fe 2901, sit near the Amtrak station and the Santa Fe diesel shop in San Bernardino.
On Thanksgiving Day, 1995, Santa Fe 876 West, an apparently high-priority manifest out of Chicago bound for Richmond, CA, roars past local power parked in front of the Pittsburg yard office.
Just after sundown, a Santa Fe eastbound idles in the siding at Pittsburg, CA, waiting for a crew to take her out on the road.
BNSF has been around for over a year, but you could never tell by this photo of an eastbound at Ash Hill in California's Mojave Desert.
Built as SD45, remanufactured as SD45B by Santa Fe, San Bernardino.
Santa Fe GP60M 158 (new) built at GMD (Canada) London, Ontario. A Dave Stowe Photo.