The engine room of the FP45 as viewed from the back of the locomotive. The room up ahead is the cab.
Santa Fe FP45 92 and IC 201 sit on display at IRM. Hopefully the 92 will be on of the next engines to get repainted at IRM, it is really starting to show its age.
A rare look at the F45 at the IRM in March. Usually not open for the winter opened for one day due to an event in Chicago. A steamer, RSD15 or Alligator, and a UP Gas turbine stand next to the SF ... (more)
Lined up and ready to be viewed at IRM.
I would like to she her repainted.
A tired cat rests on the blacktop infront of a locomotive on a warm spring afternoon.
An incredible cross-section of railroad history is lined up at IRM, including a UP "Big Blow" gas turbine, a former LS&I RSD15 and a Santa Fe FP45
The engineer's AAR 105 control stand of former ATSF 92. Note to viewer: if your patience is anything like mine, don't come here on Days Out with Thomas.
ATSF 92, ICRR 201, GB&W 2407, & UP X-18 all sit on static display at IRM.
ATSF 92 sits on static display at IRM.
The control stand on 92. This is one of the only cabs you are allowed in at IRM, but you can climb onto the walkways a lot of the locomotives there.
Santa Fe 92 stands tall in faded Warbonnet paint.
Near the end iof its career, the 92 goes solo with a short intermodal. This locomotive is now in the Illinois Railroad Museum.