A pair of Santa Fe Warbonnet Dash 9s and a BNSF H1 Dash 9 lead H-NTWBRC east past the historic water tower of Riverside.
Adam Farence Photo
With three new EMD GP60Ms on the point, Santa Fe train No. 188 slams through Ethel, Missouri, at 1:11 p.m. on June 16, 1990. The third locomotive in the consist is No. 111 on its first trip west o... (more)
2862 crosses S 11th Street with o Beaumont local freight
A pair of Santa Fe Warbonnets lead a one car Streator flip west on the Ottumwa Sub just east of Cameron. Just ahead, they will use the Cameron connection to make a 180 degree turn to head east on ... (more)
One of the beautiful things about the Santa Fe. Was some of the rare units you could find leading a trains. Here is a GP20U leading a Flagstaff local in 1996.
A former- Santa Fe bluebonnet rests away in Peoria, IL.
A pair of old Santa Fe GP20's, now PREX #3001 & #2026 are seen here resting in Monroeville, AL. On a cloudy December morning
Southbound Santa Fe train south of Temple
Fully restored to original colors and running condition.
SW 8 that once was used to pull Titan Rockets into position until 2005. This was done with two motors parallel to each other, the MU arm seen on the side linking them together on dual tracks.
The eastbound Provo, UT BNSF manifest makes its way to Portola for a new crew with a warbonnet leader slows down to take the siding at Spring Garden.
A hot Z train zips by a loaded Ethanol train and a track gang at Dalies. See EXIF data for shot details.
Santa Fe 800 East crosses the Colorado River at Topock.