Eastbound stack train Pan Canyon between E Seligman and W Crookton
A little hooped up B truck GE B36-7 is out in front of two SF30C's with an EMD on the rear. Consist on the Santa Fe could be interesting.
I purchased this 1950s era photo in the early to mid 1970s at a Chicago area train show / swap meet event. The seller was not the photographer. Photographer unknown.
An eastbound about to stop for a crew change.
686 leads SD45-2 5326, a GP60B and an SD40-2 on an eastbound.
818 leads an SD40-2 and a GP30 on an eastbound.
Pure luck to be in the right place at the right time to catch two moving trains near the summit of Cajon pass.
Unit was working in A yard
9535 leads D8-40B 7413 and SDP40F 5251 eastbound.
Getting underway after crew change in Fort Madison.
After changing crews, a Santa Fe freight accelerates away from Walt Disney's boyhood hometown toward Kansas City.
A BNSF train on the former Western Pacific Highline crosses the Clear Creek Trestle. The train has just departed Keddie, heading for Klamath Falls.
Getting up to track speed after crossing the Mississippi on its way to Chicago.
It was always a treat to get clean warbonnets on the point! A Denver to Pueblo mixed freight starts out on the long grind up to Palmer Lake.
An Eastbound TOFC muscles up Cajon pass led by an F45 in the short-lived "Kodachrome" merger scheme.