See the ATSF 2926 as it is being restored by the New Mexico Steam Locomotive & Railroad Historical Society. The vintage steam locomotive is one of 30 engines in the 2900 class built between 1943-44 for the war effort. Used in freight, passenger, and troop train service, the engine traveled over one million miles before its last run in 1955. The restored locomotive ran on its own steam power for the first time in July 2021. Limited enrollment.

John Taylor retired in 2010 as the manager of the Integrated Technologies and Systems Strategic Management Group Support Department at Sandia National Laboratories. He has a master’s degree in nuclear engineering from Stanford University and was a member of Sandia’s technical and management staff for 35 years. He is the author or co-author of 50 technical reports and 19 books on a variety of topics including New Mexico history, soccer science, and New Mexico’s naval history.