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  1. New Warbonnets arriving on the 198

    New Warbonnets arriving on the 198

    New Santa Fe Dash 8-40BWs #503/#505 bring the 1-198-12 train across the Arroyo Seco Trestle on the Pasadena Subdivision on October 14, 1990.
  2. Warbonnets on the Pasadena Sub

    Warbonnets on the Pasadena Sub

    Westbound Santa Fe Dash 8-40BW #527 leads this TOFC train through Downtown Pasadena on the Pasadena Subdivision on its way to Hobart Yard in 1991.
  3. SF #3751 & California Limited through Victorville

    SF #3751 & California Limited through Victorville

    On the final lap back to Los Angeles, Santa Fe #3751 and the California Limited highball Victorville heading for Cajon Pass, San Bernardino and a westbound dash down the Pasadena Subdivision to LAUPT in 1991.
  4. ATSF Freight at Pasadena Depot

    ATSF Freight at Pasadena Depot

    On a hot, sunny, hazy day at the Pasadena Santa Fe Depot, westbound Santa Fe SD45 #5302 and train rumbles by on the main while local power Santa Fe GP7 #2718 idles in the siding in 1984.
  5. Warbonnets arriving with the 198 through Pasadena

    Warbonnets arriving with the 198 through Pasadena

    Classic Warbonnets bring the 1-198-04 train westbound through Pasadena past the Santa Fe depot on the Pasadena Subdivision on August 06, 1990.
  6. Warbonnets on the Arroyo Seco Trestle

    Warbonnets on the Arroyo Seco Trestle

    The Pasadena Subdivision provided all kinds of places to railfan from. Certainly a favorite for decades was the Arroyo Seco Trestle over the Pasadena Freeway in Highland Park. Here is a westbound TOFC train crossing the trestle with Super Fleet Warbonnets with Dash 8-40BW #527 on the point in 1990.
  7. Pepsi Cans Bring in the Chief

    Pepsi Cans Bring in the Chief

    Westbound Amtrak Pepsi Cans, led by B32-8WH #511, hold the main at the Pasadena Depot with Train #3, the Southwest Chief, with the early morning arrival on December 27, 1991.
  8. The Desert Wind blows through Pasadena

    The Desert Wind blows through Pasadena

    Amtrak Train #35, the westbound Desert Wind, arrives at the passenger depot in Pasadena, CA in 1984 after its run down the 2nd District of the ATSF.
  9. New Warbonnets arriving on the 198

    New Warbonnets arriving on the 198

    New Santa Fe Dash 8-40BWs #503/#505 bring the 1-198-12 train across the Arroyo Seco Trestle on the Pasadena Subdivision on October 14, 1990.
  10. Super Fleet through Verdemont

    Super Fleet through Verdemont

    Descending the Cajon Subdivision in 1990 through Verdemont, Santa Fe Dash 8-40BW #527 leads this TOFC/Double Stack train down the south main towards San Bernardino and west on the Pasadena Subdivision to Hobart Yard.
  11. Before the Gold Line in Pasadena

    Before the Gold Line in Pasadena

    In June 1983, Tr.#3, the westbound Southwest Ltd., arrives at the Santa Fe Depot in Pasadena, CA enroute to its final destination at LAUPT.
  12. New Warbonnets arriving on the 198

    New Warbonnets arriving on the 198

    New Santa Fe Dash 8-40BWs #503/#505 bring the 1-198-12 train into Los Angeles off the Pasadena Subdivision on October 14, 1990.
  13. SF #3751 & California Limited

    SF #3751 & California Limited

    Former Santa Fe #3751 and the California Limited excursion train drift past Water Street on the Pasadena Subdivision. Next stop, LAUPT to kick off a four-day round trip run to Bakersfield and return in December 1991.
  14. SF #3751 & California Limited through Victorville

    SF #3751 & California Limited through Victorville

    On the final lap back to Los Angeles, Santa Fe #3751 and the California Limited highball Victorville heading for Cajon Pass, San Bernardino and a westbound dash down the Pasadena Subdivision to LAUPT in 1991.
  15. Rose Bowl Special returning to Hobart Yard - Olga 1990

    Rose Bowl Special returning to Hobart Yard - Olga 1990

    The annual Rose Bowl Special led by Santa Fe SDFP45 #101 passes through Olga in South Pasadena on its return to Hobart Yard in 1990.
  16. SF #3751 - Back on the High Iron

    SF #3751 - Back on the High Iron

    As the sun set slowly in the west, Santa Fe #3751 backed onto the Pasadena Subdivision at Fontana for its first short test run west to Upland and return. Here's her long awaited first runby on mainline trackage on December 19, 1991.
  17. Santa Fe's Pasadena Depot 1991

    Santa Fe's Pasadena Depot 1991

    Back in 1991, Santa Fe's passenger depot was soaking up the sunshine on a beautiful New Year's Day. On the mainline was the annual Rose Bowl special laying over before returning to Hobart Yard.
  18. Rose Bowl Special returning to Hobart Yard - Mission Tower 1990

    Rose Bowl Special returning to Hobart Yard - Mission Tower 1990

    Santa Fe "Super Fleet" FP45 #101 west leads the annual Rose Bowl Special along the Pasadena Subdivision at Mission Tower at the throat of LAUPT on the return trip to Hobart Yard on New Year's Day 1990.
  19. SF #3751 - Back on the High Iron

    SF #3751 - Back on the High Iron

    In December 1991, Santa Fe #3751 backed out of California Steel Industries after a five year restoration and onto the Pasadena Subdivision mainline at Fontana for its first short test run west to Upland and return. What a sight!
  20. Highball Pasadena!

    Highball Pasadena!

    Cab ride from Los Angeles to San Bernardino in GP35u #2905 which was leading a nine unit cabhop via the 2nd District in 1984. This is an image of the Pasadena depot while passing through town.



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