Six units—six models Cruising through scenic Abo Canyon, a westbound Santa Fe freight crosses Bridge 873.8 over Abo Arroyo east of Sais, New Mexico, on the afternoon of June 1, 1995. GE... (more)
Santa Fe Alco/ATSF CRSD20 1300 with slug. Units 1300-1302 were originally Alco RSD15's built in 1959-60. These three units were rebuilt in 1975-76 with EMD 16-645C engines.
The helper engineer on Santa Fe 2943 is in full dynamics brakes as the westbound Harbor Train slowly goes down the 2.2% north track with one big car on the end.
W/B Santa Fe GE B40-8 7423 at Helendale, CA.
Merger painted Santa Fe C30-7 8066 with 8110 at Cleburne, Texas ATSF yard.
Four Santa Fe GP60M's 141, 107, 147 and 122 eastbound at Barstow, California.
Four Santa Fe EMD GP50's 3846, 3829, 3823, and merger painted 3828 plus SD45R 5376 at ATSF's Los Angeles Hobart yard.
Santa Fe GP7u 2078, 2027 and GP30 2712.
Storm water, Strobes and Super Fleet! The Santa Fe cowl reflects on the west wye at the museum.
On September 20, 1998 this doublestack is heading west into Kingman Canyon with Santa Fe B40-8W 547 leading BNSF B40-8W 581, Santa Fe C44-9W 681 and BNSF SD40-2 6308.
E/B Santa Fe GE B23-7 6413, B23-7 6418, SD40-2 5029 and SDP40F 5259.
A westbound Santa Fe mixed freight with units C30-7 8047, SD40-2 5031 and SD45-2 5841 at Daggett, California.
A hostler on the SF 881 radios the engineer on the UP 4775 to back in to the diesel service area in the Tucson yard. Photo taken with permission.