On October 27, 1965 the westbound Houston to Clovis train 75 the California Special behind Alco PA 53 and two PB's at Texico, Texas near Clovis, New Mexico. The California Special will connect wit... (more)
Santa Fe F7(A) 24C leads an ABBBAABBA set of F7s on a passenger train in California.
R.T. Steinbrenner Photo
An ABBBA set of F7s leads a train out of Dearborn Station in Chicago, IL.
R.T. Steinbrenner Photo
Santa Fe 306C heads up a cluster of F units for the Super Chief at Archer Avenue in Chicago. As seen to the left this is the early Amtrak era, and some of the former Santa Fe passenger cars sport ... (more)
Santa Fe Alco PA1 55 Even At the end having been traded into EMD it still looks Beautiful. As A kid growing up these and Santa Fe RSD15s were my favorite diesels. original Kodachrome from my co... (more)
ATSF 302C and 305C take a rest at the former Santa Fe Archer Avenue coach yard and passenger locomotive facility south of downtown Chicago on a sunny September day in 1972. Now run by Amtrak, thes... (more)
On a hazy Chicago morning, a quintet of F-units hit the diamonds at Ash Street Tower on the point of Santa Fe train #1, the San Francisco Chief, just underway out of Dearborn Station. F7 320 leads... (more)
Santa Fe F7A 347C and F7B unit in Old Sacramento, at the California State Railroad Museum. July 13, 1990.
On June 9, 1966, the westbound train 19 "The Chief" arrives at Trinidad, Colorado behind F7A #21, F7A #327 and three F7B's. Photo from my collection. Photographer K. Crist.
An impending thunderstorm has darkened a hot August evening as Santa Fe train 17, the westbound Super Chief, glides into Joliet Union Station past waiting passengers. With a five-unit lashup of F7... (more)
The Texas Chief arrives back on the Galveston Subdivision and accelerates to track speed as the excursion returns to the island. The classic Warbonnet F7s are passing one the few remaining ... (more)
Looking out of Super Chief / El Capitan’s FP45, Train 18 is meeting westbound Train 23 the “Grand Canyon” behind two F units at Canyoncito, N.M. on March 7, 1968. Ahead for the Super is the cli... (more)
ATSF Alco PA-1 No.61 lead unit on train #1 the SAN FRANCISCO CHIEF at Amarillo, Texas. No photographer listed on slide.
Santa Fe (ATSF) Alco PA-1 72 and 64 at Fort Worth, Texas. Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer listed on slide.
Built in May 1953 as one of 23 F7s geared for a maximum speed of 80 mph it was used in both freight and passenger service until Amtrak. Photo taken from my slide collection, photographer unknown.