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Santa Fe Red Warbonnet Photos

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Hauling a string of empty Herzog side dump ballast cars through the interlocking at Sandcut with Santa Fe 942 leading BNSF 5350 and 866 on an overcast February 16, 2004. Date:
2004-02-16
Added:
2007-08-10
A "baretable" train waits at MP379 on the UP Mojave Subdivision, just above the city of Mojave on January 19, 2004 while waiting for a UP train to complete switching at Mojave Yard. Santa Fe Red Warbonnet C44-9W 939 is leading BNSF cousin 4948. Date:
2004-01-19
Added:
2007-08-10
Once the BNSF took over, the upkeep of the Red Warbonnet was no longer a priority. Here Santa Fe C40-8W 850 is showing significant wear and tear on its paint job as it leads Oakway SD60 9071 and BNSF GP50 3184 on a westbound stack train at Los Nietos, CA. Date:
2003-04-26
Added:
2007-08-10
Santa Fe C44-9W 619 takes in the last sun of day at Hobart Yard on Fabruary 17, 1997. Date:
1997-02-17
Added:
2007-08-10
September 2, 1996 finds a westbound stack train doubling into Hobart yard with C44-9W 686 leading BN4095 and BNSF lettered 539. Date:
1996-09-02
Added:
2007-08-10
August 3, 1996 finds the 1-893-03 waiting for an air test at Hobart. Power this day is quite interesting: 640-BN4008-5868-CR5627. Date:
1996-08-03
Added:
2007-08-10
Another hot westbound Santa Fe TOFC train hits the platform at Fullerton on April 20th, 1996. An ABBA set of Santa Fe Red Warbonnet, with GP60M 129, GP60B's 336 and 332, and B40-8W 526. Date:
1996-04-20
Added:
2007-08-10
The crew on this SCHLA must need some air, since the train is bearing down on Fullerton Jct. with a good cloud of smoke in trail. Santa Fe C40-8W's 610 and 897 lead a recently delivered BNSF SD75M 8263 on April 20, 1996. Date:
1996-04-20
Added:
2007-08-10
A Barstow-Los Angeles (BALA) train is under the command of GP60M's 151 and 108, B40-8W 550, and GP35u 2921 as it rolls through West Corona, CA on April 20, 1996. Even though Red Warbonnet power was front line power back in 1996, they could pull down an assignment to any train in the Los Angeles Basin. Date:
1996-04-20
Added:
2007-08-10
Santa Fe's 1996 Super Bowl Special departs Los Angeles on January 26. With power 249 and 229 and a mixed bag of BN and Santa Fe business cars, one of SD75M's won't load later in the morning and was replaced by a C40-8W at San Bernardino. Date:
1996-01-26
Added:
2007-08-10
A westbound stack train passes under the pedestrian bridge at Fullerton on January 8, 1996. Power today is Santa Fe GP60M's and GP60B's 120, 126, 333, and 137 plus SD39u 1567. Date:
1996-01-08
Added:
2007-08-10
A 398 train with a big slug of stacks on the head-end rolls through Fullerton on January 8, 1996 with B40-8W 533, GP60M's 132 and 151, and B40-8 7418. Date:
1996-01-08
Added:
2007-08-10
Another January surprise; this BALA rolling through Fullerton has a mixed consist of 235-334-9514-SP8296. January 8, 1996. This shot was taken just shortly after the pedestrian fence was installed. Date:
1996-01-08
Added:
2007-08-10
A SCHLA arrives Hobart with a eletropneumatic test train. Consist includes BN business car BNA8 Canadian River for instrumentation and 25 3 unit BN stack cars from the 67000 class. EP equipped trains are easily spotted by electrical connections along the air hoses between cars. Date:
1995-12-16
Added:
2007-08-10
Santa Fe's hot 198 train rolls through the recently renovated Fullerton, CA station platform on December 14, 1995. Power is 209-906-212-697 with 84 platforms in tow. Date:
1995-12-14
Added:
2007-08-10
Nearly new C40-8W's 838, 845, and 904 lead 55 cars on a hot eastbound at Los Nietos on September 30, 1995. Date:
1995-09-30
Added:
2007-08-10
Another westbound at Fullerton with an BN unit stuck in for good measure. Lashup is 835-BN7042-5853-1564. September 30, 1995 (and before the fence went up). Date:
1995-09-30
Added:
2007-08-10
The classic Cajon Blvd. pan shot. SD75M 236 leads two GE's down the hill on September 22, 1995. Date:
1995-09-22
Added:
2007-08-10
Santa Fe engines 921-807-946-855 lead a westbound stack train down Cajon Pass at Verdemont as they pass a UP eastbound. Date:
1995-09-22
Added:
2007-08-10
A string of empty stack cars are forwarded to Long Beach by C44-9W 629 and LMX B39-8E 8581. Seen passing through Torrance, CA on September 9, 1995. Date:
1995-09-09
Added:
2007-08-10
A SCHLA passes under the signal bridge at Commerce on its final leg of its trip into Los Angeles. Red Warbonnets 861-648-845-852 chug past the Amtrak/Metrolink platform on February 19, 1995. Date:
1995-02-19
Added:
2007-08-10
A westbound Santa Fe train with 904 and a 500 class makes the turn at Gateley, CA. Photo by Harry Wong. Date:
1995-00-00
Added:
2007-08-10
The power off a Santa Fe westbound pulls out onto the lead to back its double over into the yard. Power is 514, 553, 5078, and 7411 and the Red and Silver is very clean on this April 2nd, 1994. Date:
1994-04-02
Added:
2007-08-10
A BALA3 (Barstow to Watson Yard) rumbles through Atwood, CA near the junction of the Olive Subdivision, which was the old shortcut to get to San Diego. Seen on March 26, 1994 with red 826 leading blue 5141, 9525, and 5162. Date:
1994-03-26
Added:
2007-08-10
Power off the 198 train pulls up the outbound lead at the west of Hobart before doubling back into the Hobart Diesel Shop. B40-8W 547 leads GP60B 346, GP60 4013, and GP60M 136 on June 27, 1993. Date:
1993-06-27
Added:
2007-08-10
A westbound stack train howls downgrade at Devore, CA with then new C40-8W's 828-861-814 leading and two SD40-2's as trailing helpers. Date:
1992-11-28
Added:
2007-08-10
December 14, 1991 finds Santa Fe FP45 98 awaiting departure on an 828 train from Hobart to Barstow. Too bad the front door is ajar. Date:
1991-12-14
Added:
2007-08-10
The 828 train rolls into Buena Park, CA with FP45 98 leading 2727, 5169, 5029, and 2860. December 14, 1991. Date:
1991-12-14
Added:
2007-08-10
Working on a nine car pick-up at Buena Park, the 828 train with FP45 98 in the lead on December 14, 1991. Out of Buena Park, the train will have 14 loads and 88 empties. Date:
1991-12-14
Added:
2007-08-10
Shortly after delivery, Santa Fe B40-8W's 536-523-546 are in charge of the 198 as it rolls through Esperanza on the last few miles of the this train's journey from Chicago to LA. On March 23, 1991 the weather actually isn't cooperating the way one would like, but still a good shot. Date:
1991-03-23
Added:
2007-08-10
Santa Fe F7A 347C and F7B 347B were borrowed from the California State Railway Museum in 1989 for a publicity assignment in Pasadena, CA as part of the Super Bowl that year. Here we see the two units with Santa Fe's consist from its directors' special (Baggage 77, Coach 62, Super Dome 60, Coach 61, and Business Cars Regal Lark, Regal Manor, and Regal Spa) in the siding in front of the Pasadena depot, February 7, 1989. At this point, the Second Sub through Pasadena was still active for Amtrak and some westbound TOFC trains. Date:
1989-02-07
Added:
2007-08-10

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