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  1. Santa Fe F45 #5987 through Santa Ana Canyon

    Santa Fe F45 #5987 through Santa Ana Canyon

    On a beautiful clear day in Santa Ana Canyon, Santa Fe F45 #5987 heads it COFC/TOFC train eastbound at the east end of Prado Dam siding on the 3rd Subdivision in 1985.
  2. Super Fleet Warbonnets Summit Bound

    Super Fleet Warbonnets Summit Bound

    Santa Fe #160 leads an A-A-A-A set of red/silver GP60M warbonnet power on this eastbound TOFC train through the sweeping curve into Cajon Summit in Cajon Pass on March 30, 1991.
  3. East Meets West at Woodford

    East Meets West at Woodford

    Santa Fe SuperFleet Warbonnet units take the mainline westbound through Woodford while Blue and Yellow units hold the siding in the late afternoon sun in Tehachapi Pass in 1995.
  4. Along the Pacific

    Along the Pacific

    Santa Fe steam engine #3751 returned to the former Fourth District on September 21, 2008 with the running of AAPRCO's excursion special, the "San Diegan", seen here southbound along the Pacific Ocean at San Clemente's Calafia Beach.
  5. San Diego Steam Special Through Oceanside

    San Diego Steam Special Through Oceanside

    Santa Fe steam engine #3751 returned to the former Fourth District on June 1, 2008 with the running of the San Diego Steam Special seen here southbound approaching Cassidy Street in south Oceanside.
  6. SF Kodachrome @ Cajon Station

    SF Kodachrome @ Cajon Station

    Eastbound Santa Fe SD45-2 "Kodachrome" #5811 charges through Cajon Station while leading a TOFC train up Main #1 in Cajon Pass in 1989.
  7. ATSF/BNSF/BN - Headin' Down the Pass

    ATSF/BNSF/BN - Headin' Down the Pass

    Classic ATSF blue/yellow warbonnet B23-7 #6398 leads a BNSF red/silver warbonnet unit and a BN cascade green unit hauling baretables through Cajon Station on the #2 Main in Cajon Pass in July 1998.
  8. New Santa Fe SD75M's,Those were the days!

    New Santa Fe SD75M's,Those were the days!

    Two brand spanking new SD75M's head an eastbound at Needles,CA. April 1995. Along with the GP60M and B40-8W's, the SD75M's were only ordered by the Santa Fe.
  9. A Second Chance

    A Second Chance

    BNSF hoppers seem to migrate to northern Alberta on a regular basis, but this one stands out. Santa Fe 350346 appears fully intact, free of any patches or other things that symbolize the demise of the Santa Fe. Here we see him heading back east on CN 314. I caught this same car going north on...
  10. Getting Wyed at Miramar

    Getting Wyed at Miramar

    In order to turn around for the return to LA, ATSF 3751 had to make its way back to Miramar where there is a wye onto a short branch line that leads to MCAS Miramar. As it's been many years since the wye has seen an engine this large, great care was taken in its turning, and the 3751 was...
  11. ATSF 3751 at Encinitas

    ATSF 3751 at Encinitas

    Evening approaches as ATSF 3751 speeds through Encinitas on the way back to LA. The return trip was a long one - it didn't arrive in LA until after 10 pm.
  12. Crossing Hawthorne Street

    Crossing Hawthorne Street

    ATSF 3751 crosses Hawthorne Street as it departs downtown San Diego with the skyline looming in the background.
  13. Departing Downtown San Diego

    Departing Downtown San Diego

    ATSF 3751 steams across Hawthorne Street as it pulls out of downtown San Diego, returning to Los Angeles on its historic mainline run.
  14. Highball La Mirada!

    Highball La Mirada!

    ATSF 3751 speeds through La Mirada on its way to San Diego. This spot was once the site of a Santa Fe depot. The large palm tree is the only thing that remains from that original site.
  15. Santa Fe SF30C at Barstow,CA.

    Santa Fe SF30C at Barstow,CA.

    Santa Fe SF30C at Barstow,CA.
  16. BNSF #8724 at D St. in Tacoma, Washington

    BNSF #8724 at D St. in Tacoma, Washington

    Former Santa Fe GP60 is leading an autorack train south on the Seattle Subdivision from "D" St. crossing.. Now, "D" St. has been converted from a crossing to an overpass.. Interesting to have a standard cab and wide cab GP60 as sole power..
  17. BNSF #2820 on the Lakeview Subdivision.

    BNSF #2820 on the Lakeview Subdivision.

    BNSF #2820 working a ballast train on the Lakeview Sub just south of Tacoma, Washington on the old Northern Pacific mainline south out of Tacoma, Wash. Here, he pauses two miles north of the control point Nisqually.
  18. Manifest through a typical Saturday..

    Manifest through a typical Saturday..

    Here is the BNSF #5348 east leading the H-EVEBAR-9-01 traveling at track speed after going to through the east switch at North Dalles industrial spur..
  19. P42 on Talgo

    P42 on Talgo

    Amtrak P42 numbered 187 is a substitute for the normal 400-series Talgo F59PHI's.
  20. P42 on Talgo

    P42 on Talgo






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