This was my first time riding the Railrunner and it was a blast! I rode the train from Albuquerque to Belen and back. This is from our northbound trip from the cab car. This photo was taken ou... (more)
Three westbound Santa Fe trains pause at the service tracks at Belen, New Mexico, on the evening of May 22, 1991. Soon, all three trains will race into the night, for a nocturnal crossing of the d... (more)
Only days old after being built, Santa Fe SD75M No. 222 pauses for a drink of fuel at Belen, New Mexico, on June 2, 1995. These SD75Ms were the last locomotives built for the Santa Fe before the m... (more)
Desert pit stop The westbound fuel tracks are full on the night of May 22, 1991, as three Santa Fe trains pause at Belen, New Mexico, for a quick servicing and a new crew. Soon, the tra... (more)
Early morning BNSF stack train heads toward Abo Canyon near Belen, NM.
A profile photo of former Warbonnet, ATSF 940 on a manifest freight, east of Belen. A rainstorm associated with the annual Monsoon season has just move to the east, leaving behind gloomy skies to ... (more)
A unit Windmill train has just departed the massive Belen Terminal and begins the mountainous and scenic trek over the BNSF Gallup Subdivision toward Arizona. It's 11am and the temperature is alre... (more)
Riding on an approach signal, an eastbound manifest prepares to stop in the scenic Abo Canyon, southeast of Albuquerque.
Progressing through the scenic Abo Canyon, southeast of Albuquerque, an eastbound mixed freight operates at track speed toward Clovis.
Dawn finds a brief lull in the action at the junction that won’t last long on the very busy Transcon line.
After fueling and recrewing at the Belen Terminal, this high priority Z train has resumed track speed eastbound on the Clovis Subdivision in Abo Canyon.
An eastbound manifest led by BNSF 5028 pauses west of the Belen Terminal.
After brielfy pausing behind a manifest, a Z train heads west through Abo Canyon on the scenic BNSF Clovis Subdivision.
A westbound manifest led by a Warbonnet increases speed after receiving permission by the stop signal at Bevers, east of Belen.