Santa Fe 5967 winds through the curves at the east end of Rowan as it roars eastward up the heavy grade at Keene, CA. Note the 3-masted signal at left, which likely gives the engineer a heads-up a... (more)
Climbing thru Crozier Canyon with a quartet of 4-axle power in 1992.
A cupola caboose punctuates the end of the Santa Fe 199 train at Glen Frazer, CA. The train's power is already rumbling up the grade inside tunnel. In just a few short months, cabooses will be gon... (more)
A Santa Fe manifest freight heads west on the transcon in summer 1995. BNSF was just two months away.
Built as SD45, remanufactured as SD45B by Santa Fe, San Bernardino.
After completing its trip around the Tehachapi Loop, a westbound Santa Fe train approached Woodford.
A westbound Santa Fe manifest descends the Tehachapi grade at Keene, California. GP30/GP35 power was quite common in this era.
A westbound Santa Fe freight curves through Chalender, Arizona, on April 20, 1990. The Phoenix-bound freight is powered by a pair of GE C30-7s, followed by an EMD GP20, EMD GP35 and a GE B23-7.
A lone GP30 breaks up a solid brace of GP35’s leading a westbound train at Cliff Siding.
No Loads, Two Waycars
A pair of Santa Fe cabooses punctuates the end of a train of empty piggyback flats as it climbs the Tehachapi grade at Cliff Siding.
Santa Fe EMD E8m 87 leads train 15 the "Texas Chief" at Dallas Union Station in November 1967. The Texas Chief stopped operating from Houston to Galveston in 1967, and the Dallas secti... (more)
Santa Fe GP60M 158 (new) built at GMD (Canada) London, Ontario.
A PREX GP20 in nearly untouched Santa Fe paint sits on a side track in Peoria.
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)
A classic Santa Fe bluebonnet geep splits the Santa Fe searchlights at Romeo with the M-CHIGAL. Sadly, replacement signals are up on each side of these classics.