The eastbound San Francisco Chief is seen at Bakersfield waiting for it's scheduled departure time
Santa Fe PA #58 (along with #67) is resting on the service track at Richmond after pulling the "Last Run of a PA" excursion to Stockton and return. Forty years later, with the exception of the tur... (more)
The combined "El Capitan/Super Chief" has just arrived in Chicago
Santa Fe F7A 300L is on the point of Amtrak San Diegan #773, which at this time was using former El Capitan hi-level coaches.
Photo was taken about 1953 to 1955 with an Argus 35mm.
Equipment for number 17 at left; number 1 at right. Look at the shine on the number plate on the dome! (Photo taken on Twentieth Century Railroad Club tour.)
In 1969, Pacific Locomotive Assn. tried to repeat the "Last Run of An ALCO PA" they had run the previous year. If no PA was available, they then promised ATSF's lone E8. Well no PA and no E8 but ... (more)
Two flagship AT&SF trains side-by-side at LAUPT in 1954. Loco #17 is on the point of the Super Chief I believe; and #41 is likely the lead unit of El Capitan.
On the morning of October 22, 1972, Santa Fe F7A 311L takes a well deserved rest after completing its run on the point of Amtrak #3, the westbound Southwest Limited, from Chicago.
Santa Fe F7A 301L leads an 11 car Amtrak San Diegan #770 along the beach in San Clemente, CA, on a foggy July 29, 1973 morning.
Just in from Los Angeles
Power and tail of the last Santa Fe Super Chief.