Former Minnesota Zephyr twins 788 and 787, both F7(A)'s, are blocked and chained for the trip to Alamosa, Colorado where they will once again find life running passengers for the San Luis Rio Gran... (more)
A fiery Colorado sunrise catches the nose of MNZX 788 in the UP's North Yard. The F7A was being relocated from Minnesota to Colorado to run for the San Luis Rio Grande Railroad. Built in 1949 fo... (more)
MNZX 787 (F7A) has sure had an interesting career. Recently saved from the scrappers, she was moved from Minnesota to Colorado and will run again with the San Luis Rio Grande. 787 was built in 1... (more)
Minnesota Zephyr 788 (F7A) is blocked and chained for the trip to Alamosa, where it will be restored and operated, along with sister MNZX 787, for the San Luis Rio Grande train.
How’s this for vintage power in the UP North Yard! Union Pacific 1295 (MP15DC) and Minnesota Zephyr 788 (F7A) have a few things in common (besides being just way cool). Both were built by the Elec... (more)
The Minnesota Zephyr Dinner Train twins are spending the night in the UP's North Yard in Denver. The two F7A units are destined to finally hook up with their former passenger cars in Alamosa, Col... (more)
All loaded and ready for shipment, the Minnesota Zephyr F units are awaiting an inspection by the Union Pacific before heading to their new home in Alamosa, Colorado.
A sad end for a pair of classic covered wagons. Former SP&S 804 (BN 716) - later Minnesota Zephyr 787 - waits with a former GN F7A to be scrapped at Stillwater. The railroad closed several years... (more)
The F7(A) and five passenger cars that where once the famous and luxurious Minnesota Zephyr dinner train sit on the tracks that they used to travel outside the former Stillwater Depot near histori... (more)
Built in 1953 for the Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway as 804, renumbered to 9756 by the BN, once again renumbered by the BN to 718 and finaly 787 as it lives out its days pulling passengers on... (more)
Dinner train snoozes during the middle of the day.
This former BN F7A gets ready to depart the Stillwater Depot with its first dinner train of the day.
The northbound unit, in disrepair, sits behind the depot.
The 787 patiently waits on our first wedding anniversary.