Led by a set of EMD GP60s, a Santa Fe piggyback train flies eastbound through the curve at milepost 329 at Darling, Arizona, on April 19, 1990.
Passing a watering hole for the local cattle, three relatively rare SD39’s pull a westbound train at Watrous, New Mexico.
Three Santa Fe SD39’s lead a 71-car westbound manifest through the eastbound semaphores at Wagon Mound, New Mexico. The westbound semaphore can be seen dropping from a clear to a stop indication. ... (more)
New ballast has had no effect on leveling the siding at Levy, New Mexico. Here a 73-car eastbound freight rocks and rolls its way out of the siding after getting a clear signal.
Three of the Santa Fe’s twenty relatively uncommon SD39’s lead a westbound coal train past a classic windmill in Watrous, new Mexico. It appeared that the SD39’s were assigned to the Raton Subdivi... (more)
A six-unit set of Santa Fe power shuffles around the yard in Trinidad Colorado.
Crossing over lower entrance to the Tehachapi Loop