A local negotiates a tight curve as it climbs the eastern slope of the Arizona Divide. In the background is the giant mountain of gravel that ATSF mined over the years for its track ballast.
Led by a pair of GP60Ms, the Santa Fe's corporate business train is seen passing by Union Station as it takes company employees and their families around Chicago during the company's Corwith Yard ... (more)
Santa Fe’s Super Chief-El Capitan Train 17 west has just left La Junta, Colo. and its two FP45’s (Nos. 104, 105) have the train up to speed as it whizzes by a windmill that pumps water for a lives... (more)
Santa Fe Superfleet publicity special slowly makes its way through Blue Cut en route to a day of filming in Cajon Pass.
After being a media queen in a few "Super Fleet"publicity specials in November, the 104 greets the low December morning sun back in freight service out of Hobart.
Three FP45's painted in the Red and Silver "Super Fleet" colors, numbers 104, 101 and 100 are helped by ex-Amtrak SDF40-2 5266 and a B23-7 to lift the Eastbound San Diego to Barstow manifest up Ca... (more)
A workmen replaces a speed recorder cable on GP60M 104 in preparation for her departure for northern California.
A westbound Santa Fe piggyback train exits the tunnel from the 210 freeway into Pasadena, with 3 GP60M's and a Dash 8-40BW. This one is my favorite of all my Santa Fe photos from Pasadena.
ATSF GP 60M leads a WB train at 70mph. Note the peeling paint on this 4 year old locomotive.
The annual Rose Bowl Special returns to Hobart Yard
ATSF 104 and two more freshly repainted Warbonnet FP45's lead a special eastbound up Cajon Pass. This train was filmed for use in a Santa Fe Public Relations video.