Former Santa Fe F7A #347C/F3B #347B at LAUPT 1989
F7A #347C/F3B #347B participate in the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal on 5/5/1989 at Los Angeles, CA. ATSF 347C(F7A) ATSF 347B(F3B)
UP Tunneling Through Woodford
Former Southern Pacific SD40T-2, now UP's #2923, grinds southbound leading its train up the Main through Woodford in Tehachapi Pass in 2002.
SP Yard Job Past Mission Tower
Southern Pacific SW1500 #2642 pulls a TOFC yard job out of the Cornfield Yards in Los Angeles past Mission Tower to the LATC in 1984.
SP Tunnel Motors on the Cutoff
SP SD40T-2 #8294 leads a set of four tunnel motors westbound on the Palmdale Colton Cutoff through Dike in Cajon Pass in 1985.
Santa Fe; Bringing up the markers in style!
A westbound Santa Fe TOFC freight splits the searchlights at Cajon Summit with a classic red caboose in 1986.
SP freight in Santa Susana Pass - 1984
Westbound SP #7619 on the point leads autoracks through Santa Susana Pass approaching Tunnel #27 on the coastline in 1984.
Southern Pacific On The Cutoff
In classic SP style, SD40T-2 #8306 leads a westbound freight drag up the Palmdale Colton Cutoff between Dike and Canyon in Cajon Pass in 1984.
Warbonnet FP45 Through "A" Yard
Santa Fe "Super Fleet" SDFP45 Warbonnet #101 heads up this westbound freight passing through San Bernardino's A Yard after coming down Cajon Pass in 1990. Later this same day, the train headed west on the San Bernardino Subdivision arriving at Hobart Yard later that evening.
Westbound Chief through Verdemont
The tardy westbound #3 Southwest Chief, led by Amtrak F40PH #230, drifts downgrade through Verdemont in Cajon Pass on May 14, 1988. This is the final day this subdivision would be known as the 1st Sub. The following day this subdivision would become known as the Cajon Sub.
SP Kodachrome Down the Cutoff
Eastbound Kodachrome Southern Pacific SD45R (SD45-2) #7514 takes the lead down the Palmdale Colton Cutoff in the Blue Cut area of Cajon Pass in 1986.
Southern Pacific Takes the Cutoff - 1984
Eastbound SP SD40T-2 #8268 leads its train down Cajon Pass on the PCC at Dike in 1984.
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.